The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 27, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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% CHANDLER, insults absolve from a debt; it imposes the thitjTof { 0

ATTORNF.V AT LAW. THE FL0R1DIAN :seeking a due reparation, but can nei er exempt f

)1icC at ) crcsIcIenl'e.3iiajiacc.Ma1cli from the duty ot paying a legitimate < ebt. Afferf f
( observing lhat the ntti1 .
r 7I83.5.Otf_ _ Opposition paperaifill .
1 1sAMUFl4 to cry out that the Chamber rf STEPHENS
B. I that the Opposition at large xvill alien pt to ntten .

.4 0J torn"! at Law.1cCatCl "LAISSEZ FAIRE." uate their defeat by pretending that Gen. Valize's :

hflh1Sfll inauincy, Gadsdcn Conn- NOUS amendment places Ministers under ; fearful responsibility
anti iII pratice in the rourt cl Ap.i'I I -------- -:-= - this journal adds:
.; i-I '1%'. Courts of Gad-dm, LeoaanSII :i)'?
'I ILs ifl the S11'tLt4[ LC1Q JtttL a'j. "Mr. Livingston with all his legation wa 'td :
I (akfl CL'.'I -- - -- --- J ---- -- quit France if th.e? Bill were uot adop ed. It hts;

t '-j rvji' rcrtfVFT NOTICE. NOTICE. !.oen adopted; but, perhaps, Mr. Luingston will

t r '-:JVMES: : r11 TIE subscribers have cntcird into Copartnership A T the next January Term of Indsden Comfy Consider it expedient to go himself d tender an 0

LqJr. this day under the firm of Miller ff Puttiim.i'hey 2SL Court, the undersigned, E\ceuors ot"ne; nst fru i Mf XvntA> ni Lttnir\j\ M stfng r. account oh'what has passed to his pu.Trnmer.t, in

' iMS'fi V-Hedhimsef, i in :Montirello, JeflVrsmip will attend to the Commission &. Storage Busi- Will and Testament of ('ol. Owen Fiily.Tw! u- cd., Thi ti.'a-MM* : }e-xii'.iful' } reply to the stai.zas of Mr. order not to expose himself agaia to the inconverienc.c 4 i

t I rv. Florida, tonders his ;j.rofesMon \\ ser-I Ie "ss. W. MILLER, nill present thtir accounts and vouch S fm .. td.! i-- n1 Wildf n, >|i iipt MI the first numbei of this Mrssin- of seeing his corrtrsponden r puhli !i of tbc 'I crrlt'ry !. ('ncrnlty. JNO. G. PUTNAM. with said estate and be ih'u fro.n also the American )
e.lfostooic .. Leon"jd pray to dishrec': r, is a t-iUntrd :n the wife of a distinguished phy Perhaps goveninT-nt will t-e
t Lr1 S 4.1't1i* Cmuitiesof fi'ftr toM B. MKACI1AM: > >:c'au Bil.imore; a lady whose fine Mste and the propriety of not sending him aga n to Fraice, j'in
ThomaiHcolv.terdcrshis ,. hx poetic
imof % c. ri Chisohn I
vr 'ni 8 nJ .he l & Taylor, Cl-avlcston W. '
intl G ervkt'anti Mr. Wm. ON. $ c pictv are mos-t happily displayed in tl.cse touching order \Ii-' spare him the incvitnb'i embarrassment '
clt.s Manorand ,
; I "j Gadtdcn Co. June 5
ti:1': .( etr'.t. a collector, and .l.des him- (I.ul.. .Tas. Gadcdcn, Talllnsscc| 44-Cm ines. The answer is a vi ry perfect counterpart of that ;Mr. Livingston must meet with at Par_
.pi.'raI, 3 FOR Mr Wilde's sturizas, r.nd if we called ileide i. after the letters attributed to him. We
iit.iI. (Je t M.-. Colin ]Miichel Peter Mitchcl.i ji SALE. were on to > do not
1flhItu.Lh'y i S' Marks June f th, 1335. 4.t.ilm 1 I. LOT No. Q'1. srn.u-.i! on Jrflersfn-st., upon their rdatue merits, we do not kn-.w which Llame tiic American government for lavinj given i
: : ( .i ( __ -. ._1 :._ in the oriirjn.il phn of I the l f 'iv ofTallah.issoe Ot the two would taosi 0 de-i.and nur admiration. publicity to those letters, but such pi blicity must ,. h i
--- FOIl SALE, on which are tw i dwi Hn: house and ANSWER often render necessary the sacrifice of a negocU

--o-iiJ. AItS ') O HAGS prime Coffer. a kitchen, uitli other iniprovi-nn nts including a well TO "MT LITE 15 LIEF. THE 3OIMKR UOSE.'' ator; for no one can require that :. negociator, 0

(.TI')1.'I.1) .11 J.flt ,) 4-tith cask's of Clumpaisno Brandy, with of ro ('listom House certificates Terms of : will V mv'o!
t.< rwr I 1 L t.:1: t.i: I the t) C.Mnts' tClI held 1* 1.t at 1h> C qr. casksToncrilTce, .- Afiply payment ar the s'c .,<" e.-y to purchase Upon the witherM roses bed!, he is accredited, should continue to be regarded 0
,If llre'ul.rlv'- an.l M ': ''" ; a I I.it niimul% t"1P ii v4 bl ls. dry Mus-ovndo Supar: for family uce, June 13_41 tw fT'UPIN1 fr WUV.To'Tf And tears of loud regret be given, with favor in the country he has offendedAH

llV 1 iir of y Ap:>c.Is: at Tallahassee.! Lt tuna J > lct's; Oucth llenin, (pickellcd,) .;; P1 1 BI.IC. To mourn the virtues of the dead : these reasons lead us to consider Mr Livingston'sttay
t bbls. buttled tngli.Ii Me, Yet at Paris as very chifioult and his return as very
"! 1 l'3llc"Ul'1 |{l' morning's sun the dew \\lll;
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'' H' II" su'ivnlH, r dry,
,'e |ti'l: iMILLEU &. PUTNAM..J'uicr T < : '.t( rn :skeiin'lie. certain." '
r' b,,.. Marl: that they an: < m j jxn d i xecilc"onr: :'ct* And tears v. i'1' fade from sorni'.v'a tye, 0
43.1vMtr1it1's The Consiituiiom.1
(moderate opposition) of 20 .
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att ( ( t ii. Aff' itiiii's be lull'd sl
CARD.T. ping to Iccp
A { April observes that the Chamber has passed to the
: Sale. !i"V rnv -'it- i. A 'votUimitiilci, : nitnn-T. and
rtLIN \ SNELTi, 3N \irtii <.f si-vcnil wntsof l'ei. llfjij. issunl from wiih. despatch. i lr ''heir n.ire-.mupc 'inriitinn t I'.4'y And even luc forget to wcp. vote, and it is no longer in its power to recall u* -P j

l..14r. ,/ jr. jI"I1..i, n< tinricrk-., (hVirc of the -Snprrhi meet wi'i a liberal sh.vro*. the! piiMi.p'ir l Tie! tree may mourn it's fallen If of Yesterday it was the keeper of finances and the

1 -I '!i' 1'. .'. ... ,, .'.'.'. il i'l'-n 'll 'Hidu .- i-iiunty, to uiu dircctoil, 1 shill xp'isirxl p\illic edr, ron
'' '' :' '. I h .! I t 1 II I"ir c.nsli. I Injure the door of \\\ii\ > "ourt I House I in tin: r-nilinufd I as he.ivtnf'irr, ---:tl! w.-. .'; v. .xrr.i.r.:.11 ion! <% And friends may heave the siii of grief, it alone, not t>* impoverish the Freiidry by an !

: : S 1'1' : \IIU.t 1 ; '- P. \\ t'.Uy: )I t'TalkU\ji.-scc! on Saturday: lh<- 4'h' d.iy of JulymM i i-i the i nilf qi! and bi--f iitmni r 'I he -PI tils fxvorsL O'er those'wl-o! slef within the tomb enormous sum, and to protect the d golLy of the

roI' Yr.. 114t1 4 a Steam; I'.iuiiHaii'l, S.iw an 1 C5ii .t .\l ill, anti u r 1;:tv ;ietni ivleil'r I. ; country ngninst the insolent pretehtuns of the for
( .iiieev. Itni" t3 .1 1-' c \Vil' < < > N' ; -.; ': Yet soon spring rfinew the tluwirs
KIKKJMHUCK I I liroK n s t 411 lhcVu.itlis! T L l-, levied on as tlio __ .' f'Jl eigner. Now it has nothing more I to say, for it
J ;.ni|>orty of Tio! : T. "VVtllhon, clcM to sitisfy; t \i James l'Iiirn.td, : i .I'isi. 10li, i 13 3.vr. And time will J brinj more smilii>i
f 7y\\ A '..ifjMitil Ati.ichmiiitJ. I f'icndshijis, heart all 'ri.f will die, millions according to the treaty. It is for the

vAJ v 1- 'iu' vc'*;"' "'''* ''.lll'< SKh. '' J. dtls auiU < '"r, will Mai d the lawful! hours.TI1OR. III': Pefi nI I'Uit and all others
T The Chamber r\wiies, rind to measure fie dedrce of :
U 1 ( Z.'Xi$1'V, ( tJJt ii CJttI V, 1'1)IIJ.I, ( RST' 'IX R N fl'LPI \1at-hal.: inlTi-s'i d are hereby notified sec may on th desert \horc
,' *:r ., 1flhit2TV. f i -.T a' *L'1.-!!! '.illtli'c -, r.d Jut. 13TCI : that Altaehmem i \ < b i-n .?u'd: u.it, of the "tfi'eof Lament rrrh tract 'n bears away reparation! deniinded: of.Gen. Jackson. After ali
?'.'.- Ft! K'.I' :aid will l e ji 1 tt- 'M.if "i' T ihein j theCleik I l of ( .l-deii County, "n-irt, (Po! ) and TI'C: iiIlCly heart i''s grief may pour we :ii Lfir; from considering the adoption of this ,

?' ,\fi;I.l li.i"en i "H, if 1 'l'ii' ti' !U1V 'iuvo wiil.in ihe jMechailicks.i.i.o t he I>( iidant: nnd ill I 'ih: > intei-sfd. am hereby O'er cherished! friendships fast bil! n xi: Ministerial: victory. Many Deputieswerc

MII >1 i"e j't t'M-l .iff i ti-c *> "ii ('X'-ifes, and sJi'o'r : i Jitl'i i son, County, n..r'nlnlE ri.quiriMl I if. appear I } : r.ul. jdi-iid! tn d''elxrifiiVii: filed Yet all decay : induced to vote for it from local considerations, 0I
i '* ; uurVt. I" i.if ui, wh.1 1 \villhe--oincdue : umlrr-itrnrd will j rrrnve projios.ti' =5, until thollrst in the case.5 FKIlOt'SOX, 'race is lost and goniT -, I :and i others f'iKn their esteem lor ti erica and y.PI..UN .

*-I" Ji) :i.v-- t. I1VtVt i- ; -.- '-.U.t d t o litin j jI f. al, ortrj T day uf 1 July next, t for I luuldin?, by contract, June I 13: 'll-'Jn \MV. fr>r PlahitSflT.fl"ik : he waves eT inre bright and! gaily on ; remembrance of Gi-n. Latlivclte. Let these .

w (;'. V. fl -"" '"'' s '** -"'. *" ''l>- J' 'd ;i Court I li'u-o and Jail ID ihis pl.ire. Notice Thus soon aH'-c'tor's{ bonds me toin, s'J votes [be dcdiuMfd from the ruajiirity, and \\ cs'inii

4 veiT istrs ''t'li *5 *i ''' ve '\ ;4Ie i< fi'< r d.J I.P. I. Tic (Cunrt I liuu-c, i it t is nimlnl: sliall !he a framfulutif ; (? nql ,'v. )'. o'i ; 'vrg. then: have the exact number .)epiities who

i j: .-1 Lpt1flei: VMS !-i1I'y; Monsieur > : -10 ft.ct -qiviro, with ihe sills ilf-vitciT liner AM. ji T :5s indi. t-d oth'sibnbtr --- have voted systematically! for Mini* ers. e
44f tSt l i1 1 .. fret a'' !IV ;;:.. i it her by Not ; or r>pen ..
T 't\c : :i'rt.e! of the ground 1 by iiie.i us of Milstantial )- I 'I he Courier Francais. (republican) violent '
.. -iis'uMir TOIIMI was t by :1'! Pac lc:. luu'k A"e.iiuijt. are n-'piestt-d I to make op.;
\VcthM; I ; un irrjiiar.in It i= lo l Ie two stories in | the
Ji-, l\M ic iu"r f l h< vse l.'ni/.en. he by I'.u-nlvt of I tii'iuht, ;ar..l c.ivnvii I 1-y a hipped roof, surmounlctl l by payment un or )bi-fnr? the fisrt day ot July 1 as further From f/te.TV. 1' ten-iiing 1'ott. position einHidfring amendment insufllcieutjib '
l Ar.dnan.L indulgence, will m>t ;e given. : .>tained from voting upon it, and t icy did right .
Jj.-UsJ. l.c by P.l-iun' ;u. 1)yi' ldiljihm, ; : u )iic.uly: jn\ jvriioiH'itiocliiLTular: Hclfry, terrninatinir! ; FROM EUROPE. i
-.u,. ) T M iw-'t i 'Hi Jfi.nl. .<4'. V- 'lit" ; "' 'iu1-ii4 by'ivv -tory i> to be ten ft ot- that of the second, i\t en.T'IU .- 9th, I V4w \Vt Iiivo by ;arrivals vestenhy, Lun.lon, Liv t| thf !liI.! and in t.v.s they did! rurht; hoc it is neither t

!M II 'i-y.: ii.q "-'.- O.' u, iuii"'j-tMi l'* aiu i i'htd.; r.i fir t story j is to c insist of a. r-cntrnl pis tiic MXtict NOTICK.nmntlis CrIOol, nnd Piiiis nc\V3.ipcrsof| bfi r dates than!; j v i ic nor hon.>rabe! to ; .iy a premium to insolence'

HII- .- s \vas tt l 1k y 1 'ind, iiil by f=baric, 3d wiiio, riuuiiti! : tin: \thole! length of tin: buililinfn I X from date 1 \\iil vouchers) hav: heel before received. I'he Albany, Capt. i or :avidity, whether: of friend* t'rcnei.lies.

!,y< '1i >' *'!<: *>-Mli.otin: ty l-\-. nuiuiht', 'i V1. by J.i- #m fjuat: to rear, on cither tule ol which, and coininuiiH ami) ace mm* for a,settlement t jifsci-.t, a nil my shall apply I Hawkins, from Havre furnished iiiicli .-ticv from |: The National (republican opposition) of -201(1( 0

j.iis ;i'i *7 \Yii'rnT; ''fl. ': 'h>' J mils. ] i Touch .'Ii 4; with it, arc to be two &oi ins;, each twenty to the bun. County Court t't f< iad d' u County for Lctteis Paris to 23d April. The IJiitannia from Lut"-- '' April; ; atfinlis I that (*eti..ilaze's amendment* ..insj

w 'ft T.nU' in.r eJ l J'Vi-pe; 0"1V < ::4.! I lloh.e'sf i< a l by 'ovi-n'crn ; the jscconil story 10 consist of three of F I" ismissnui, as Administrator of 1 the estate of pool, brings papers horn that I city to I the first oi j j ij. t :imended yny I thinj I I and adds:--"This d1 ort -

;. ,'!< 1 Fairy, slit; by M unpmb-d lirdf.ird, out (if apaitnciiv: oi-c ou oil her side of the main entrance Richard 3Iashb.jrn,, late of siid Com: v, der.d.Til' May: and London to the 30th of Apt i!, including : he! afi'iir, then i consumaled: and ve ski: ii have]
S ( iliVY, Adin'r.i.tiiiirv. the monthly magazines for May. |I I nothing more to of it than to tha ik the independent
itt. dc4 utof hi .d i lieu .' I say -
'rd' 14 t a ;.4 ( ar.o i : i c'i ;: l-y as many broad ; and a :bird, I intended as the ( May 3Q' -12-0'n
: ; 'ii;.i 1 1Th'( .S, ( ., (Ltr 1'.is'i J arc r< f. i &?t toS. 1 in--ijd l urt-Chuiilifr: : to be-10 tVct by 3U. The, The only political; news of iircrcst brought !n !! gentle-inn t n to whom, we are iudtbtcd lor 0I

.. i i 1i"k1rT, j.tiu i v N... I L t \vostnnll rooms of tus: story are to have s ich pitch IMarslwl's Sal'\ these arrivals is \vhat; relates I to the matter* I petit > ) magnificent a result. Oh! what llm' ihiiIi.r despnr.hrs :-
.I.4' '-.. :.- 4U1.% h M 1J at. hi1i ill admit of ding between Ffiner and the U. States. It w.rJd Mr. Lit must have last 0
; i Msy only as u .1 Gallery bein:. consir-ictcd MIncdiafrly V virtue of sundry wjits of I'nri Fa> 'un issued :p iilLStiI ir juu np
: : I c tw t'I44i t, ln'b.uijt hud l.u>t over them, tu c ther with i ic! tittlr d'entrce, B by the C Irk of the Supirior (J.,un of Lo.n seem Ii urn the lone of the Pa run n |j uinas! tint n night! It is now Mr. Luhecki's hut:, i' .- Lilian; .
: .< VI! iterMh'o Iii !rt *f oiiu r IwrM inV. sa as totinljiMoe the I hole width of the comprehensive apology is (Ii the 1). i is in
; > { auy u :>ui.diiicf.i county, to me delivered, I shall expos, at publics tie, very expected out r t the vein. It is looking for I I.in,; let liiirzpicscnt .'
,-:;I. -I''i .f i.-,. I t t'.I I -. >MiuiMT ten Ui-u.is.iud i the Court lJou' ; ni the City < iFiltah'iste' for cij.h, guage' : are : our "an.cient money lor every hndv. ,
$ .. 1. t tit )i :jl. ..t.uv.iri. iii I r. i 1 isai. The front .f the C-t'irt I louse is exhibit Portico "
'V. fl. j( INr'N.T. : to a all the right, tit!?, claim and intr.ost f J. G. ic N. all:> will be disappointed. Mr. Livingston The Mutiiteur da C 'M;!sneif ( M u-t'vijF: ,) Of 4
riitt Uijiij:! tinsh ie -ad'h'of l fie htiili1ing, and ]pnI > llamlin's, in and to the following tracts and paicelb of xvas ib'ut leaving France lo return to this '
-20th ndi.nts
country Apiil that :ii.- OJ : i-.isfid 4
n -t ...vy1 'if KM uiuiri-1 iv':. "5 Jpos11. ; a
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-I wai < I liny;, t> tt .f is, \\ kt ftct This is to (:oizi1)1iC Laud wit
: to :- His arrival may be looked for dr.ily. ot'someiniiiortaiiuc f to the "meir. .rabcvot !
f contingent
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1 ".' w) i. .1 c< T !Mr"t i and i < .jeoi.Jul l I mu. Ir., n tlp..-, ol' Uf- oditicv itst'Jt': At eitheriul of htsa pr- \V i The Journal des Debuts of 20ih April observes -'r. Let honor I be given to all t icse men ot*
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: *. iU ilia' Hirkj* w .f it}:' linr; tn iii'-ani of cn-nma'.iea, lu.i li'- Lot; Xu. 7 .' 18-- .3 -2 France has bCen> taught several lessens. She has tint from this day thesysienntic opposition-is
: l r iif Vj ui I' 1 t'iif 1 4jf h ; s ia l\ !hQ Iv.vcr u.d been taught to know the that ambitious broken and all
'ptrsiv. | ci: : H'jlf r A- artiv.ent' T j'lml aii.l Aiiiciiet, viz__:"Vile M-dl< y utid I a-m.C'1 j jGiiMinCV | lur. 4>ix sij'tarc iil.u: <, *-ui-y! finished, arc to I'Cj i; K o u I jo_ Lt }_ L .> <' of governing her, and to appreciate those who ro iV-th: rally round them all independent Deputies,
-- ': 3 :\ :. I 1. r. i. uini (1tstr b'iJd, thy' alom the noist of the Sim her. A remarkable ir. the! .
j tjii : sti yol d n 4 ] 9 .1 '2 ally serve feature > haevcr niav be the shade of ii-c i jlitH>al sys-
rJ4. Anril'2.;1 % 1Mf. "T'f I j 1ls nrfjt ; .ti.l ti, eqvtI : tI'I tbI !1I& .Ii'I it it ;, n,-_ y-' J I bate was the tender sympathy shown by the Opposition i j tern. 0

Eat1tt(_fq Wr 1'' r,!. />>,'. i ir.-r : / V r \! fi4'ut.tljJ.itj': al.-nn: that I "itS 'Intccn.i.. i!l the il-
4' 3iZ.t4''.. KiikMui) <'l 1 lriV'' r< r* tund i Jiiifh *MIJ'ivicon r tins m H'lditiun t'> the quiiite mo il.U < ic | 't 2."i- 3... '* 1 stwrmy dUcus&ion, the Carlist party stood i i in\e: .;iis. : ":iinst the conduct of suttj Deputies as

; 4 ,, 'j 4'ltiji ; iii's\\ fi'-l *. t" u .ill i si M'! i ujtisvj, to :< 'i. s'P in be su p .rtid by i j-roperly pro port iontdpi (C 'sl 'It iV4.41 (ifeIP.i ltrit*, i iiI1, do-:' ..'?, :M id to 1 tern*iJiitrtl by luataiu! li e inin With the improveincnts tl' ICII1, Ic\ led on as the property
: L i (4 i iI. .. it ;. t ,tt"tiiii :. ;jtra'-. T\v' lye wiutlows and t.ix doorsvil, j! !> i i- of said Hnmlms, to s-itisfy s-mdry judgments Horded it support, France will juilge the r.uhives j on the priiM-'Ji occasion, inasmuch as they .jave a

al2d -" .lil'i! 1 LI I iIi %' 11 J, <* .UIH-' all nit the! v.-r tl; ttoj'jln'; < rod : i M Lavcriy V Ci-uuJy: '"uliu, Smith Winter; Hour- the fariiiiy with which it gave itset'to! the first co- r of I Ibo motive lor-the; clii age of i

7i tia tit ordi r-.-!{ irk n .1- tin I -, tunird 3 mt *..ndii.a ill "f w! '. It niv. to l berir i -j-irt'ilc' I.ti1l1f)1.1! n to ''heir 1 an, Joiin.-oii i V ( 'i.; H iuriiiaii S" j iIitIfl: ; l II llamy j mer, showed that it wanted cenfidence it.self and ()jUijOfl. I' contrasts: tbi* course wit i the nobc!

ru iy i'.Ll, ,, ..1t ro-jjH'Cijv- ), s.iionnr j frankness of t Lord Stanley; and his patty, who upon 4

w. lcr 4v.41II. ,.ui. : % Cfl t Wt: tt (1lLi4t \> iivi' *<*vs, will ,\Ko !Ic requisite.f I be bctwecii l'2nl[ I.-:' r-. ties show the weakness not only by facility m voting With the tories entered into a full explai -

: 1i 1Il r.iiu -t J. luli! V.; Sla/.y, hth <.f ;< I .l.ui i t., t .'. r1 a1)I1 tj.Iav, t'ent y Tiios.I KSTOV fl .\\ ItL.I'lllaiJit1.. cio! i. 5ng their allies, but by little scrujilc! : ii; the i teui ol'tiie ,jiiicciples by wbieh thej are guided. I
\ hit h h i iii f l Jj f vh!;i the :inn.sl <..t.e, tiudci* .i.1 !..-i .1 .111, in ?-. -i4..je.: i j JiMJi.iiij. hi.u ihi; J tsti -wu), | jji.udmuni! 1 v s, forriin two p-'H, one \\ithin the
The made of sacrifices
ll< i Ais iLECTI( I Opposition use petty means petty co-mtry pecuniary ought at least to
I' 1% :j4 I d j .i:1": r. 1 -\vuir; A s: ac or inn rsn.-u between thi.in to.ij
1. 'OTICE lun$ !by civn) tn tinS'o .khodrr! <, in I sMrpii&cs, but the treaty resisted precisely because hive stiniliteJ; : for it the bisis: of an advantageous -
ii.i.: h I b ioj's th'isc of the
.ur ac'trly Urt Uc Ii $> iji..! ., tc :. !I arid the lIah.c'e.! Hail Ho d! ;'onionv; tint tnKlcrli"ii its defenders adopted a more contrary: course, pro ail.ante: with America.
.in i J i.ii-ii.'u: ;,- uiid* Aiiil I kiM-.v i-.luu 1 u'iitiri < I i ,1' <'Jt.d of v 4 t t so as to t<>u'-i
I Uwa> in i( 4 -i..kr, tuvi UM4..- 1-1 iu by the t'xl'.r. |\ A'i4tljt.r.! Tfie nr-f will!I I bs of't tic ordinary I prof for- will be held at the Sc--rtl iry'-. Otiiin 111C ving every tiling, communicating every thingin France would then have weighed i the results 01 t 0
u.li ..j aHe ends. It Capitol, on Saturday the 27th July u. xi, for Seen word because their ijood the sac-iiice, and would hi iveconclud d I that f'p .
a > .i2j ri j < .} .! hci\v: <*.-,iirj c iftllc t l nv Yi j tiii. aiKlt-jnst ruction, rxhihiliii'j two a cause was a one, < a 7mi'.iioiis
'...'.! -Tan.j.. i ..rv. T.M.'ii! 1 havecf, I Iv'i.V. ?< t tT ts iutcndi-d tint i tl.c exterior utt.ice of this building! Directors tn serve fur i lie ens'.iii; jir.. while that of j the Oppositionv.is a bad ,>:ie. were hot too much lo purchare the cternui 0

-' .y ). hi.: iht: (..i 1.1, I.ttr' :iu' tiL 1:. ." I I Mi!, nI V .vj stiijijiod I,> to j-rrv nt, "Ui-ctually.! 'hfnmi *- > :; Iy order of i ho l're'itl.it., The Constitutioncl of the! 20ih April remarks attachment of a brave and enci OIlS nation.
eitir! and ih.U it sh.1In!! 1 wcathcrboirdcd.i .- ( IIAItLEAUSTiN, .Sccrrtary. 4.
> t : June Gui ISiS.j.l bd. that Mr. Livingston a.pc.irs; destined to pay the Bin the admirable and natural; policy Ministers
; 4 Fl i 0 i 1'J.uik fl< oin: abo c and beiuwill be denned! nc- : _"_ cost of the making up of! t the quarrel betweenFrance j h has,: Urn to pay without reckoning, and gUe with
i1I-. .!- *ri: ",eriXjiivis twhe supplied; with Av* *, j' i1',- .1 }' ; tyther with two windri\vs aiiJ one door N o and the United States.: No sooner wasthe out receiving m return.
J'-1' "!. T ..!* T., .I fr.mi the -.-trd with each The l.ittcrarrin I bcitfsiii.ti t'n '
I NC Paul
?, numtf.ict'U'y oo.iL npartincnt.j my :isr iK 1 from i the 1'i-rritory, :
, \ discussiod closed, t than the Journal I des Dehitssignified Tiie Impartial (Opposition) of the Othi April 0
;: : 1Iji. v4,., 1)) 4U2l. *., : !acclius' tt,;, ; ilimriibions, and thorou jnly will bccund by 1 1. 1 Ilarly, w ill art u> i-iy agent, and lidwarda1 ,
.. ., to him that he was ill placed: at Paris, :, tk the speeches of M. Daros ani M. tk Tra
T ii ratin rrg.i'
: tiiy'j \ ic-!; ;d fa.'lory: prii'i-f, rtilh the nie.nof i iron: 1attIi Figs, ; s, ivc. Cliandlrr my Att' : nrv '.' I..M'M'X -
I '''L.r: r..t nf Ir I .i.i' dj-tation Tht-r Ttioloill The foiTpoins description i-f the Court Fluiise and Jiiiie !3, 1tR35. 'R. 1'< >!U MV DTJVAL.D that he -.vould find hiinsdf! really embarrassed; : after 0 cv as having had great influence in t ie adoption! -

'' : .', -f- |L 'j lb.,( .y larttk, trmu a :!.i\v, or from Jai i in question, is merely intcnt'ed' to exhiyit a eue- N01'UE.: 0I bavicg publicly spoken ill of Fr.ince; ant! in of the Bill, as I they could urn couscien musty con- -

1 '' '' ''Pcri >* t '.1! le .' li.tu i-d fur oilier.A .'.-- r.ih.'illiue of t these buildi'r. N .-r..', \ > ae r\v Ltju ljKtJc fir this Ifliki.! ', and l I *- jiji'.i'ns di-i-irousuf i a 't.iiig f-r thi-ir eonslructi IX '% Cl iCc after date! I sh.ill apply to the Co uHyCoiut retire, and not to rctn nt. f1 r. LivmgMtni might: The ( aliiCtCOUd! not have survived he rejection
of Leon for Lots No.
Ii !j4j] 'In-tlv. (_; 1). LA.XAIAX. i(in, toform a tolerably ci rr .ct idea of the i n: ;Jure and I k_ pcrnis'oii to vll probably have turned i I a deaf ear I to t ibis 1 council i ia it f cil.thie Bill but it will be for Jrom oainiiijj new
and 171'; in the1 Tall-ha--
17-1 I North addrion f
t73 It;
: xii.nl uf the work to be accomplished.% All I I the details I : "
had if'strength At least of
si-e. b'inx the lilt1 liC.Y.jC (if J.vi.it-s Hughes 1 dec'd.Sold powerful auxilary not come to the succor ( by its-ajioption.; Pro-thirds o
: PUBLIC NOTICK connected with them, lie will bo funiUhcd, upon It is op- for tht |tjr.e; of s iti ,fviij j the! diLts ofihe deceased the .Doctrinary repugnance. The ( overiiincnttil'the j the Deputies wh, voted for the Bill id so with '
- ;'j lir.it lOll bein nindc, by i undersig.icd. not H. 1.'. SIMMONS, Adi.i'r. United States instructed its Ministers to 0 the deep conviction") that the interest of France

I! .' Uy :v'n Jiy I ide 1111)1)1 _( ii ii (II i ri.p'i. ,.c l that t he_coot. rlctor. f-irtho. Cwnrtlli'.. 1 .'use shall. June "th, I iR'l.i. 4.i-Rw I retire either to F.ngland or Holland immediately had been ill defended! and that the
i lit- I/iiJ, i ... ..1 :.i. l..v. g. .l..t ;It '-i,. id,...it. .Illllil Ir I-.. negotiation
: in M.diiU; Piorid.i, known as .! 1 I 111 VK L'-' *!!*- iv *' j-i** i* "j ?
I tije l"iiri : Pnrelu-r: 'hit jTiloininarv ski II achieve MU ii inteni.d uiiMii-J-emcnts as may bostte -:iGad.lei; Superior Court-.'/<;y Ten: alter the vote ol the bill, and to return his powers showed the unskilfulness ef the tiegoti itors. They :

{ ;* 'iri ii minalcin: fur tlrs dis| osxl; (.1.! tl F( ( for the jv'coir.mod.itioii of tie! Court or Car.Cuntiart.HS Daniel Bird, Gump*. to : Ii-. Barton. Our Uabinct! therefore, may mate 0 voted in hatred of the past, but in vie'V of tfie! future. -

. '. ( ; m the rn m lime. lh<*sc IMTSOJIS who mo.j th'.rifore, \\ ill uiitktheir prop-vsalj iu v.Wm. .->. a show of energy without peril, atid boldly demand .. The adoption of the Bill is no ;iriumpb to-
. : iit ; with this int--ntioii the ol the tin- the removal of:i who made hn the ministers. and we-will! not do then- the
bU tiieni :i> \\t\\\\ :\ n-hers Ji pOMd to j urj ;1C"Fll.I1C(: on part Thr.Ifl' Prestoti ji. man probably prej injury
j '.. ire uiui d III aiiriy; tJwhn Canio'-li.in at 1 Hoeunf''rt (Milled.. I D.JiMi's !II ., j>arations lor departure; irr.mediately after the sit to suppose that they do not feel the Ixariiig of thee

[i .: ;, .' t" 1>a'-r .Mitt-hc!, .i.\v ii.uiitciiti> exrect-! All the miU-iiiils rrquired for the construction of I l.itll.bei-ry II. Tur.f-', { CLt' LR. ting wf Sattii tiay. All this L s wretched. If amendinent-of tiers parti. .

-.r t UiS.'I i1,, i ti. the ( I Llic.c PiUiSdiiiSN as we'd! as the bricks bwntlings: H.MHin -- The heirs of I'dward I 'reparation required by our Cabinet is to stop here, The' Tribune (violent opposition republican) ol'2tthi
\ n .j-.; jsTJfj COJ'N'.VI.TCIKL.1'itty | v.calhtr by.irdinliaiberforsiils: .!.iiesintcilies, I D. ) tlecil. .fid the |
:/, [ eylc, iIi Chamber will have catiic to regret having assigned i ; April anticipated the adoption ( f the "infa. .'
iron fiUteniu of .
piU.ii.sand ciiluiiuis- i.i .s, ; v.ryde.rription heirscf Wm.HaniWy.I; J 0
: the care of Fretich honor to the keeping ofa rnous bill, but did not immagine thai the major
Dolhiis RcwniJ. 1 for wiud-ms anti doorf, I itieKidtup I t i l cki, ipnearinj: to I the: snti-r'.f: ti.i of the 0
Mini-dry so to satisI We with the would have been Ministers and tb-.
IT easy ty so great.
IBN :xv.-\y frt.in il : subsTrilter the 4th inst. a 1iiti'. s, bt.lis, kc. ice., togihcr:: with .Lhiu.ilco[ arc to <'*.iurt that the DejVnd ,:is, Thomas agree
on and be of the in Debats, that, after what has passed the Cabinet jobbers in this dirty speculation are indifferent tt> 0
ilU'' lu wra.ily! hk*-iyLy the n.xtnu of UoU>in, n1)0ut years f f ot veiy b.-il rjiMlity. A-i tin: tiiiIersi, nil rcrve to Territory hut reside;, in the Town of Uoln-nbus, (.to.u naniiot continue its relation with lr. Livingston, the injustice and contradictions in th ? 1 merisan C

'fl. I'') "'''i-- tiiIi, has .t Cai' on the c.xlf of one of hi thr-nsdves, the riiht; ((and will assuredly c Xr11jSl it) : .d the: rcido of ihe heirs of t [t-Yr-vard! D yo! deed but the country requires a more signal satisfhchionthan claims, and l the fahiitication oj'tliedocimcnts upon j :

. ;'R':- .' i""V"ll'y ** l>"rn. "iieakslud English, S%Itt ii t of n-jeelinir any sj|.ceis of material oik red to bo intr. and thf heirs of'm.. I Ilambly I i is unknown: 1 t istilCief'tr. !! the equivocal disgrace of an ambassador.After .0 which they are grounded; they are imlitleaent uct

: C.. ? to sharply' liC th'iw:, the \\hilc or hr. > yo4st'l" t liucd by the ro.iti.ictor, which tln-y nioy ctfnreivc on i.ioti-m of t the Cuni|jd laiiuiits: Sol iciti'I., :ali i Mr.' Livingston has only done his tavkas thecontemptaml iudignatinn of the nation agains:.

r. :: )|'aiI2cr '"'ilinary oecasions, and h.s a I ..i .tu iiitVimr ini.iliiy, or not e iJrul.ited! to uiiswcr fully! ordered ih.it |nij.| .Ui- i1 I be: mad a iv\dily to the a diplomatist, and his duty as an Amcricanand 1 the turpitude of this parliamentary: m sdeed. Ail
.7'M'oaiiiiff outh'slijisat' the the ends inicv.. 'i'hi.- MliinIofc :uc lo bo of the bc-l inu !Ii mad" and pmuded, ami t that t.iiddifendants '
I Ii same time.jroto statute < case we could, perhaps, find more than one meajymou rthey had at heart was a majority, for as to honor :
iz liltiy lie i ii: Dulihn inLamvns County ey1ii ts; and not to ec.'d eighteen inches) ill length, 1. appear i bed Ambassador, who stands well at Courtg t thry: sacrificed it loneago. Russia now "
Ju" fMm ll- i'- .: to ihe St. .Marys'. The aboie rea four: to four and a half in breadth, and u half an inch t the complainants bill filed in this ci'i.i i'll or before p m.iy pre- r 0
rd that might be c)1lv'etct more irreverential disdain sent her claims for 200 millions. She .vill find advocates
4 w.1I 1,
fur t1c (lelivcry of the IiCiO at iii)' at the butt.v the first day ot the next Term of thi. Court, or the
tu The undersigned will state, fr the information) of of the French government than the franklanguage : to plead her cause, and jtidgs to give a
County, GM. OV t % Cflt )' fiC tLiI- same will be taken pro CvflJt33Q.< .r
1 : de1iv.ry in any aic jail iii ilic ,tatti\ ny those disposed to bid], that it is not to be inferred that A true cvpy. : of Mr. Livingston. The insult to Frances : decree in her favor.

:, ;: "rntjin the negro, 'IiVkII tiC tIIaiIkfLullyI thr ir intention is to confine themselves, in the letting Attest, j. R> IIARU1Sj CInc., not ir. the confidential I letters themselves but in The Qu-Jtidinne (violent opposition Carlisls) of '

to Cuncord P. 0., Bkr ( niity, eo.VM. of this contract, ncctu>arity 10 toe lowest bitlder. They :May 2.3 !!Mm the publication of them by the President, and still 20th April, begs pardon of the country for having Y
'! \ McDAMCL. will let it in favor of none other than a responsible '- more in the President's Message- When he in i entertained a good opinion of the Cha'.nher, as to C 0

&y23 11 CwDr. individual, and one known to them as likely to fulfil Book Binding. suited and threatenedit was the American nation imagine that the majority for the ailoj; lion of the .

4a all its conditions t faithfully and honest I}'. BALDWIN respcrtfu'.ly I'lfonns hisfrends spcal.ing: by his mouth; and the calculated silenceof ; bill would not be so great as that for tl e rejection '
Win. 'I'iilICWli( No advances of money will be made by them until 0 FNO. the public in general that ic, has re-com- the 0 0
neither oI'M.
Congress was a retraction nor a reparation. Pignon's amendment. Gen. Vala ze's amendment 4
J: will: net as my Ag'iit and Attorney b'I lie biidiiig ii buildings have been actually commenced meneed Book Bindini; in thij. city, in the "tore now It is therefore from lor form's
the ol
was adopted sake but the
and at of their towards com Ecu. All orders for binding
ito S.
iLiring my absence to Alani imal ; stage progress occupied by James Lynn \
r JOHN BLOClvER. pletion, will they advance more money, than the work, will be executed with neatness ml dc iatch. Oni the United States, in the person of tits President, money is voted, can it be suppwsed that a government

._zLL l ___ 42-lf executed at the time, an application may be made for books re-bound to any pa'tem rciuiiod. that satisfaction ought to be obtained. Such is like that America will' refuse ea [planationsf! o

? subscriber an advance, shall be valued at by themselves 1 ; reserving Tallahassee, March 7th _ _jMtfNO _ the intention of the amendment adopted by the Besides, it knows with what a govern iient it has
1d \ 1 expects to be absent from the Tcrtt ., lesS than ten tentum of Chamber. the our-Cabine't do and it will S
I fltery until ill every c se, not per TI C E. Assuredly, part to give these explanations, without
JW t'litembcr next, and hereby apoointsi such valuation as collateral security, in addition to the lo act is With such that of doubt in terms and 0
a as beforehand.
Attoi1' be received f.ir raisins easy. government upon prepred
ifUs? and Arthur Macon or either of them will a cargo 0
:$ bond lobe given to secure the performance of the con PROPOSALS the United StaU which much It knows
that the Cabinet
ei ger.ts and Att rtey's inf.xe.t during hi* absence. Timber, which was thrown into the prize money so of the Palais i

nii J pril ljith 1833. 38-tf TIL JEt GllEBX. tract. ABRAHAM BELLAMY, 1 Hiver St. Marks some years ago to prevent seizure of thirty millions will lead to many sacrifices of amour Royal is not difficult. If the Americin govern

LOUIS W. GOLDSUOKOUGfl, I 2 the vessel transporting it.Cj5" propre. mcnt had the least generosity, it would not explain 1 --
2 NOTICE. WILLIAM BAILEY, >-5 I 2 : Apply at the office of the Apalachicola LandCo' Adoption of the American Claims Bill. at all, this would be a fresh instill that it might ir

J"lr.: undersigned has this day taken into Partnertf'trho THOMAS P. RANDOLPH, I 5.2J. in Tallahassee.---June 6th. 43cfFrpcctedpcrSozi&er3etfoflLCILWlc3tOfl The Journal ties Dchats, (Ministerial) of 20th spa i c.us. For what can it say? That is sorry

hiji' Mr. *"' tevcnst the business w ill hcreS McCANTS, J April, approves Gen. Valize's amendment, which for the slap of the lace that President ckson has ie 4.

r nctcdatTdllahasscc, u.ider th firm of June C 1835. 43-4w given to France. We would rather the A"
wirn Stevens.ng BAGS Coffee. reconciles the interests of the national dignity with t tat -

de trwtl! iVCo" lianj a Rood assorlmntc'f Dry Goods, NOTICE F 10 barrels of Sugar, those ofjustice. As we owe we pay, but as the mericans should take the money we do not owe ,, .

. jrg ry )Hollow Ware, and Groceries; amon"- which months from date we will present our vouch 4 1-8 casks Chamjiaignc Brandy, payment has been demanded in language wanting them without saying a word. t

art V tIii4e! lot of f-'quorscoiibisting of Old Madcria, SIX and accounts fir a settlement, and shall apply 10 kegs Dutch Herrings, in measure, before payment we require that the PARIS, &pril 22.

rC4 Cm,, sannd Claret Wines, Jamaica, and St. to the hon. County Court of Gadsden County for 2 barrels prime bottled Ale, and national dignity should be satisfied. This is a It is affirmed that Com. Elliot who vas present 1. -

I. lt1fl1' Invh WWs kpy, Peach, and Cognac Branuin Letters of Dismission as Administrators of the estate 2 tin cases Sardines. proceeding at once just and noble; it is the proceeding at the debate on the affair of the 25 Trillions, felt
:-Aho? Ia's' lot of Shoes manufactured of Hezekiah Wilder, late of said deed. The Somerset will return to Chailestcm immediate r
/ at of a great nation, as much above threats as the sitting very much dissatisfied at having heard
; 'aJ Ica cr of discriptien: AH of which WM. H. WILDKll, Adm'r. ly. For freight or passage, apply to
# be above the idea oftaking advantage of an insult to the Duke de Broglie support the amendment ofJVLValazc.
told \ C. MILLER St. Murks.
TV,, at a small advance for cash. ANN BUICfLEY A-lza'*. ,
4Zee, May lat. 38-12w Ut.i ABORN. May 30 42-Gw May 13'1833.! :; 4tf dcdarr! itself free frcai all debt. In no case cwi He said, cm going away that Gen.iT7ifI : '


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...- -- ; -.--.., As the -swsien ;is now brewing to a closa I HAVANA.fa I, shots fired at the windows, and returned !from I I !r-i&va one IJlcJ all, auHle 0 to ,n9 pre r

Jackson \vould refuse all satisfaction and that the I the re-el \ction ofM. Dupin to the chair of the, Population-GamUen-the Slave trade. the houie. )I tie* for proteMion, and aIr'our Tern.bt!

p. American nation would' not bear on insult, though Bhamber A correspondent of the Journal of Commerce On Monday the outrage were about to be now snugly leaahed in l.y. the law ba ra Ire
I St might lose 25 millions. M. Guizot and several bepns already to be agitated.$ Ev. I renewed. Threats were openly given out bound over to keep th ? "Ing

professors of the University went together at noon ery word which falls from its present occupant ; furnishes some interesting the particulars.n whole hat they intended, during the night, to attack who wr think will not venture peace towards: he Ratt

1 to the office of the Minister of the Interior, where seems as if it were dictated by the conviction relation to Havana. In 1827 the Telegraph and destroy the stands in the of their chain. with UJ t lhe)IeDith

they had a lung conference with Mr Thicra. ItS that his removal was in the contemplation of population amounted to 112.023 souls-whites ableto Li
M. free colored 23,562-slaves 23,840. office, so as to prevent any persons being Such are the wars < f the
4 as intended to persuade Royer Collard to re- ihoBe who now swav thr majority.-tn Ministerial 64,621- Metropolis
r rf f flounce his professarehip? .Messager, of April 23. circles M. Passy begina to be talked of The whole city is perfectly level, like Philadelphia work in it. The persons employed in the II.San.
for .
PARIS April 23, 1835.l. with the view no doubt of neutralizing his and the houses for the most part are office armed themselves, and were ready -aWe

'J'l. The two Deputies who fought in the wood of but that line has opposition one or two stories high. The following ex- the attack which, however, was never made, }learn that murder has! been
as of'policy r
Yincennefi W te M Baude and M. Dt" lierts. The proved the civil authority having interfered. committed in Coosa entr,
1. quarrel 1 did nut arise from words spoken from the so unprofitable in the case of M. Dupin it tracts posses interest: the Mr. County, on the of
Through all these scenes persona engaged Bull. The ahorrtb1e
with over circunr
wQuld be not little it On the 17th ult. It Spanish brig I stance* IIttendi/
tribune, but from the following occurrence- a extraordinary to see further have t&a
500 Slaves arrived hero to the English in the office of the Telegraph con- deed are nearly as follow.
"When the Chamber wgs proceediag to vote on persisted in.The a : The
; the first article of the Bill for the 25,000,000 fr., news from the north f-Spain i is becoming scooner Skipjack, She was captured a few ducted themselves: with an extraordinary degree ceased while absent fron hi.. houae, wa<4 de.

M, Baude exclaimed that it was a shame thus to daily more and more and days since, near the Grand Caymen, south of moderation; much more so perhaps iU-d and threatened iiy !un Indian Pur.

: lavish the money of the people on foreigners. M. the fate of that unhappy unsatisfactory is known, to side of the Island after a running fight of one than wan wise and proper; and, indeed somuch that a connexion of his lad been but'tt 8aid

I Bessieres who was seated near M. Baude, took be attracting the serious country.attention of thiR Go- or two hours but the wind dying aay, the so, as to induce their opponents to suppose time since killed by 8UI:Ie white person! short
these words as addressed personally to himself boarded and that their moderatron proceeded from cowar- had not been punished for the w ill-)
schr. with her
vernment. It i3 quite certai-, that demand came up sweeps act. and that
an l the meeting ensued. no dice. It is due them to that thetr intended he
had two of say opponents to slay go.un white
carried her. The schr.
has English
PARIS, April !23. yet been made to the parties to the quad to reVeO7n
t The Captain ';.fthe American frigate, the Constitution ruple treaty for the execution of its provisions her crew killed. These men go to make money were soon convinced that such was nut the injury done him. Suspicion Wag ezcij a'"

left Paris last night with his two officers by means of an armed intervention nor i is it and not to fight, and knowing that they the case.; by the numerous threats made by (hi4and I

.Havre. HAVRE, April !23. likely that any such demand will take plnce nro in a bad cause they can seldom be depen- And what, it will be asked by the public had the deceased having been ml3 s dl1d1azt
Com. Elliott of the American Constiution been dqne by those employed in the office of searched for his ?
frgate so long as Martinez de la Rosa remains at the ded on, when attacked The brig belonged by neighbors was found ;
arrived here this from Paris. It is be- the that the brutal should and I ed
morning head of Her Majesty's councils.It to of Havana. -Ie has had two oth- Telegraph, outrages King some distance rom the road wh
HevejJ that the Constitution which has been laying be committed on their and on their he had boon lIe **
with She was persons dragged.
is said that the mission of Lord Elliot has ers lately captured, cargoes. was shot
off in roads for two weeks will sail this with
our past
I insured here : is from dwelling t1 Nothing! Nothing even is pro- rifle, the ball passing .liWtlv
been far for SJOtOOO-the price I !
evening not to the Mediterranean where the Cora misinterpreted by both parties as th,
tended that have chosen to brain.
had orders to join the American squadron, in case to have grtatly discouraged the traops of the 25 to 28 per cent.I except they The Indian was arrested, and ton.

the indemnity was voted, but to return to New Queen, and to have added incournged the am told from a gccd source, that more in the office of the Telegraph in contradictionto f tossed the fart. -JYelum )k,. Time., 6th. ,.
4 Turk. troops of the Queen, and to have added in a than 1200 captured slaves have been broughtin an order of the Society of Printers here wtp -

Mr Livingston, whom some journals! say had corresponding degree, not butphysically here within 4 months, and over 600 within gay that no one shall work in the offire C% cr' MR. VAN BC'HEr's Li TETR
left Paris, has not arrived at Havre, and everything morally with their consent. They avow th.'fr A SVsue.croN
40 days past beside the present cargo. :Theyare :\1ay ..'9h!
by means levies in the 835.
voluntary .
leads believe that if this ambassador Gentlemen I have the
to he
t now us I the has ruination to compel by force all persons to nor tu acknow
not out to plamers, as led
should in conformity to instructions he strength of the insurgents.! The accounts received apprenticed receipt: of y .ir letter of the .the
may ; U. -
have received from his government return to the this! morning from the agents: of'the go been supposed, but only in and around Ha leave the employment of the Editor ot tht? tion you have been depui'-d o anuJuntt"h I,,JMxuna._.. .

j: United States, it will no! be on board the Constitution vernmcnt along the frontier are all of the most vana. The place is now so full ofthem thatit S. Telegraph, unless he will dismiss certain sents the .-niy contingency, apon the lICCQrrenc ";
wiich! I I'oul&tunsent l tec-.in
; 'i he will take} his passage) for N. Y.-Jfur. gloomy description, and such as are likely to is said the Governor will not allow any more individuals from his employment and consent I high o.fioe of Pre .iden to of ih.2 I : Uml a candidate(' Sta for I hoC
dic cs.
f I du Havrc.I produce very disagreeable impressions when to be hired out; and for some months past to certain conditions which they chose to ray name was f.rst associatd .vith tne When

I HAVRE Apnl..4.Somc the facts are known in Mndrid. they have been sent to the English Island of tate. Finding that all the moral force of then Ge.i. Jackson's sv-ces.or, tT ore -hriin?-nhft question I -

f hours after his arrival at Havre Com. Elliott Trinidad but the authorities there are not wil society and societies, could not prevent the 1 of opn-menN than ne partiality( of friends" I d 'ria

I went on hoard his frigate: which immediatelymade LONDON April 29. unless the obtaining the requisite number of hands tocarryoa mined 'o wait for the deve: pement of the\view,0f r
ig to receive them proportion is
There is ,
sail for Cowes to take in water. The no increase of act vitv in the Eng the works of the Telegraph I (the Republican the Un..nn. and to puHnYtfa 1 :
lish funds and at least half women. various j ( ours only which theIr ..hbiissed;
Constitution could not have done this without prices nearly slationarv. Con- judgementsbotfd!
J great difficulty at Havre, either had she remained sols left off at 92 5-8 to 3-4 for t' o account, One of the captured cargoes brought here Office, they have resolved to try what can uo'don6 fina.iy* recommend I deemi. d that course to be dj*. ,
brute force. It must be left l r. the to be Adrainbtraiion of %Lli hi was a .
under sail at a distance, or even had she anchored and E.xcheqer bills nt 35s. to 36s. premium. this season, has been taken by the Governor by to t..e besr interests of the c- .miry-and in "r- ,
and the civil authorities to decide : to thvisibi.i'y j. i
roads. labor the works which is people to
in U* not
our FRENCH CHAMBER OF PEERS. on public of apolitical p.ry, )y t..e orhina. :
;Mr. Livingston i is expected here in two or three improbable, as he i ii a man who does nol hesitate I. if this is to be in future the social condition ol zation of which ti! -' overhr: of R. p LI.can org .

c (ll vs. The Constitution will it is said, on her retufnJrom Sitting of April 27. to do what he thinks necessary for the :'pur country. This is but one act of the drn91a cipies in the United State w.us prevented, nd :
"Tho "
,. I 'I Cowes come here an"! take this ambns- Minister of War in the); absence of determined which is now ahout being performed, in the ascen-iency wh.lch. w :,caa alone d penlfor
public good. But it said he has now -
I L Cador on board and convey him and his family tohe the Minister of the Finances: presented tho is bich the brute force of certain societies is to t heir preseivation. To theMters! : ot support wiick
Have. Bill bv the to put down this traffic, and that the were at that period ocra.sioi.aily marfe o
tin :
U. Statcs-Jour. adopted Chamber: of Deputies for me iron
I of will be !be employed to force their members on those different of.he Uuioi, I \!
:' PORTSMOUTH, April 2T the grant of 25 millions for the execution of. Captain this brig inevitably sent, quarter- resp.-ctJnlIjr plied
f The Const'tution American frigate left Havre the with 'United' over to the Fort with n ball chained to his leg. I who employ on their own terms-to place, intact thit th.- ,>nb it: good, in my oj InIOn, required.he*;-
;i treaty States. The Mm- vices of Gen. Ja--k>.ou for a ec-nd term that .
I. teaterday f.r Snithcad, she may therefore( short : i fst tt'r then entered into some developments There hive been instances when they are ro- the employers at the complete mercy of of the quest-on of his suci-exs-r, 'hatear Ie!agitation

ly be cxpecwdhc will remain only:i sufficient time i the Treaty of the 4th of and stated on ported sick, and then dead and buriedandthey ; I the employed. That this must end in universal : period :rm..t of ne"eI i y emlarra! tit'Admini lr!
her she canunt'get that July, that unless wi.-e and intelligent li"n and hat it desre hat .
to replenish water, as nc- : again under s')me other name. anarchy, the : wain my a eshunidn ;:
if the relations appear
: oussarv! article with any ,degree faciltyoff: Ha-: between France and America I portion of the people step forward and prevent I ,'t be 'onne-'ttd with the MI )jeo. From r.; :at'ine
, slaves have been out-
were about to be renewed it apprenticed to the rnt, I havn it' solicited!
*re. "Mr Livingston willi remain at Havre until. was not now for it [ I pre r the aid nor
her return and proced to N. York. the former to take the initiative. He stated grown persons 5 years> young ones 7 years.At 9 plain. sough :he support of any ian: m reference tt the
v end if i THE LATE OUTRAGE.-We publish below high I iffice for which I have k en uo.-ioaed .
LONDON, April 28. that Ministers had with the utmost good) faith the of the time they are set free it : ; nnlr
. article which in the Sun ot Wednesday my repli-s to interro a.ones f -om rax fellow ciuzens:
We learn from the Paris papers: that Mr. Liv- exerted their best! efforts to obtain: the appears to the authorities thai they are com an appeared public and
means upon questiuns, 11 y sine reendeavrsto
intrston the American Minister, had not yet left to take of themselves which is I last. -Wo do this that the public may
of discharging the American claims, and their petent cnre I make myself: worth of the r;s ('cs: arid conadenre .
that capital. Though much speculation had been task ended. They were convinced that such I not always the case It has been said that see a little into the origin of the outrages that of the American People, are Ihi.Mu: to .bat coiMru-

{ hazarded: on the subject, it did not appear that would bo I these apprentices are generally reported dead have been committed against the persons em- tion. For the truth o. this duciara ion, I can s fey!
: ill any thing certain as to the exact time of his departure steps taken by America as would expunge before the time and that seldom ployed in the office of the Telegraph.-It will appeal to hundreds of hoi 01 able men who composed
expires they
had trace of a the recent Convention the
: had transpired. However, preparations every inistinderstandingwhirh> llulIrouHdi
i been making for some time at the hotel ef the cm- aught never to have existed. g.iin their freedom; but there is a Society of show plainly that there is something else at tors and poi>i icians throughou the Union who hat" ;
Free Blacks in the the bottom of them than the complaints of the distinguished i ie b> their prei-rence, and to !
Havana who look after
bassv, which: indicated that it would not be lonbefore /$: The Chamber of Deputies had understood my private I
e ... he should set out to which must he added the feelings Ministers this and Apprentices, and it is most probable the laws joumeymetn. The secret encouragement correspondents and mUm ire fried, not ex.epr.
on point ing the considerable numbei of
the stay of the Constitution American frigate, in had consequently inserted! in the text of the are duly enforced. They are brought every I that they bavo received, may judged of from friends and associates, whom the flue person untions: : tncraj of po

.. 1: the roadstead of Havre. But the same uncertainty Bill a clause to which Ministers Another six months to the Intendants and their names the part that is thus openly taken in their favor litiallife have converted intr: opponents. In !non:

\ which existed as to the period of his leaving amendment which agreed. carefully compared with the register. Gov. by the editor of the Sun, We should not have of t es;?: classes, or ill any .>t1 ..r ,)f .ur coramnmtj;
had been
continued to prevail with respect to the feelings presentedat it notice under other views is there a m.'nAho can truly ;ay. ilia I have solicited :.
t ., he should take with him; and, but for the trade the suggestion of the Government. the object Tacon has completely put down all the gaming thought worthy any !iii! polftica suppor'.r ha. I htveenteredo:
,, it tables formerly so public in all the coffeehouses The falsehoods and improbabilities contained ocnerwith him intc
p which appeared some time since in the Journal of having been to subject publicity tlc sought any arrlnl'menr'lobring '
$i des Dcbats against that-diplomatist it would be explanations which the French Government I. and ball roomtf, with piles of money open- in it arc so glaring, that it only requires themto ahout he nominationihich I p.avc nw rochived

c_ -matter of doubr whether he was satisfied or not had a right to expect from the Government of ly displayed, to draw in and entrap the young be seen manifest. of, or to secure my etevati m to t:.. Cm'ef Magistracy -

ttJw I with the treatment he had recently received 8t the and thoughtless. The these Who can beliuve for a moment that the Printers my country ,
United States. Ministers were of opinion ( papers say gam The liberal men' of all part !";, I mi t, anJyonanithose
: \ the hands of the French Government.. But the t Ijiat'th dignity of France should he satisfied bling tables arc also to be suppressed in New employed in the Telegraph office, who you represen", I :-im stir ', wi. pardon me for
.."ihaT iuui.ie.1 |;jfi..,< ,ho ,;:ipim;, veil and ,
tnnp ) : fourth ot those in the would thus of conduct in referac
but they nt the same time thought that the Oi leans, which I MIUM' sincerely hope \, ill be are not one city I having spoken my own ;
it is fair that Mr. Livingion satisfaction -
t only presume seeing done the demands think commencing a warfare of tkis kind to a point upon which I have hen the silent nbjcc; :
be offered in ; public good loudly it.])
: the attack thus made him the must a manner honour
. p1 '. personal on by of ata'k as causeless as it La? been violent:and u;>:
;. confidential organ; of the doctrinaire part of the able to both nations. Tho Governor has also abolished the bull-baits against! the rest of the journeymen ? No man remitted; esp.'cialtv i as I aionr can answrr for it h

;,b' Cabinet, may think it point of honor to resent it. The sitting was adjourned at half past 4 until and the building i is taken down. He has of common sense can believe it. relation to all my connirymei al hough thoasant:

As to the revolutions ascribed to him by the qV.dnuncs : Thursday." established a strict military police and night And then again the statement that 15 or 20 i may IIQ ready answer in reh non: to themselves.

of the French capital they are entitled to no watch in Havana, so that it is now as safe to of the printers of the Telegraph were nadn to I Under these circumstanre<, he Democracy. j juaton

consideration. whatever. I From the Philadelphia ElI uirer walk the streets of Havana at nil hours, as it run by three or four of their opponents is a me.in v-ith Convention a degree a"3embId of um nimity, having that, : I yon cannitoo i inform : I

,, Mr. Livingston is too experienced a diplomatist! I FROM JAMAICA.! is in New 1: ork or Boston. No person is allowed ? he on the face of it. And what shall bethought highly apprcciatf: pranoUl ced mr wortyof
to placard, as it were his sentiments so momentous By an arrival a i this! we have files! of
port rcgnlar ;
.f these braves who trust, I hesitate the-nrish-
to carry a dirk or any other concealed ( on Saturday sreat a cannot making ;
a question as the differences between the two Kingston, Jamaica papers to the 17th ul>. The '
pro- the rule! of conduct. I do theetre'viLht
I countries; slid he values his character, as the rep rlamation of the Governor, declaring the slaves of weapon. A young man of rich family was night gave such proofs of valor, and then on l deep es! :and I hfpc my ..billin fensof, th r honor coni r.I -

resentative ofa free, republican, and a powerful the Grand Cnymanas:" to be "absolutely! and unconditionally this winter sent to the Fort for this offence londay swore the peace against those they I I red upon me by ticirprefercnc'*. accept the nomina.fl -

L t mate too much to have recourse to a war of words. free, had produced considerable excitement. and nil the interests of his friends could not had so easily put to flight. And we are informed tion! which bas lxen tendered t ) me !by the Conven I

If he aggrieved! ; at the treatment he had received Addressing himself tht' is to the slave owners, Lord Sligo get him cleared. thftt-their fright on Monday was so fl tion.I .
re nn in the
ed he knew well that he had apparent hardship am not aware that there is :ray point of interest
more efficacious
cace, as far as you not having: the same advantagesin The nobility are exempt from arrest for great, that they had a peace warrant issued in the general ,policy of ihe Feleral Government:
though somewhat ardicr, means of resenting it the service as apprentices, of your former staves, debt-and heretofore they have also been exempt against one poor fellow who has been in his i I respect '0 which, my opinion* have not bern 1I1d
than in giving vent to mere menaces. He was I freely admit. I also admit that the .
from their debts some 5 or 6 weeks. His name known hy ofil"ial aCls-bv l1f (lwnJmbhc :avowals
paying unles9'they grave very my
1i well aware that the feelings the great body of] tion of the slaves was: no culpable neglect of your Cf fnenit
i t his countrvmen would absolutely outrun his own, own, as the law did not prescribe the necessity of choose; but the Governor now compels themto put them in such bodily fear, that they swore If ,there and by be the anthorised however expbtauon, ou may rest mj._ :15ur.Jof 1

I and that it might be his study as a Statesman, to your so doinjr. Then however, the undoubted con- pay their deb.s, the same as othrr people. their life against the poor fellow. We per- my ready**"*Ti'"y disposition to comply*' on all saita&rf

A try to check, rather than inflame them. The A shill struction become of the :act i iv, that all unregistered slaves :i Last fall, on complaint of a creditor, he sent sum that the warrant was not served. occasions, wi'h the wishes of ny teno .c uzens11! !

11 rnericani have silenced the gc.ffersvith respect that you have absolutely no claim and unconditionally the services of those, and I 11 soldiers to the House of Marquis of(-; PRINTERS AND R.VTS."We this regard I ontent myself c n this occaspn:: ,wit 1
4 p to the vilifying, bracing, wonder-working effects who upon have had bustle in this saying, that I Consider ravsell th-> honored instnment 1
were formerly apprentices. Addressing him with orders to take whatever they could rind, quite a City Administration
select"d the friends of the present .
of true Iihert have also settled by
They a contested self the :
to slaves he
says:-, till had The since. Saturday last in as and ,:Inti '
they enough to pay the debt. consequence we to carryout its principle- policy
point in tr.Y-the real: standard, moral and "New duues devolve upon you with the new position -' articles were all taken:: to the Governor's learn:: of a threat made by tho hands in the that a; well from inclination as f.oro dntr. I wuu'r!:!'!
intellectual I of ,
those ancient squareto
whnsc now and I
republics, exploits you occupy hope that, by the steadiness rIle American Peopif! ,
of be sold when th.e Telegraph office, to boat the Regular Printers if honored with the choice of
modern Pyrrhonism has ranked amongst the your conduct and your peaceable demeanor, Marquis finding whom, endeavor to tread generally in t .e foot steps of President
fabulous. Knowing therefore what the Americanscan you will prove that this greatest of all earthly boons I ho had to deal with i nun mediately paid the, ofth j city for publishing them as Rat Tho Jackson: : h.rppy if I shall: be able to pertec;

do, we have an insurmountable difficulty in has not been unworthily bestowed upon you. You money. public are well acquainted with thu difficu'ties the work which he lias so lf>ri' lid ly begus.
must now 1
believing that the representative has so f.'lr.f fr. for support.depend You entirely must recollect upon that your own have industry now that fcxist between the Journeyman Printersand It cannot be denied that then is nocountry'itEworld

gotten himself as,10 play the brawler there.True no person tp feed yon-no person to clothe you you-no From the Washington Globe of Thursday. fren. Green, and from us need no enlightf whos- inhabitants are *o well secured in the rt

Sr: uhI.. person to give you medical assistance: if you ore ill. OUTRAGES.-Wo have to notice a series e.nmfnt. We will merely state the information ci'iand\ reli 'ous rishts, and so( ))1 Ilrg"theUawa* share:
Private Correspondence 1(1n Times. You must depend upon your own exertions for all tha took in this Satur- have received the last prosperity and hoppiness ipsaluBntl
these things. You have no grounds or houses of outrages place city on 3ve of few days, States.-For this they are indexed.. I less
EXPRESS FROM PARIS. your own; those you have heretofore occupied must day and Sunday night laat. They were com- and 50 be clearly understood in speaking of of climate: and fertility of soil, han t,> ou'excellent;: I

PARIS, Tuesday Afternoon April 23. now be given up to their owners your former mas- milted by Journeymen Pi inters in this city, the two parties, without intending disrespect system of Government, by whici, more than, Dyaavothrr :* (

There is no longer: any doubt of Marshalmatson' ters, whose property furniture they, are-all belong} to him, excepting principally from the office of the Globe, andof' | to either, we shall use the cognomens bestowed his every and man faculties is protected to his>ne wn benefit application That:;

=, agreeing to enter the Cabinet as1V1 have now your in the ground. clothes These, and yon the have crops a right you the Intelligencer, and were directed againstthe upon them by the citizens: The hands of dissatisfaction powers should nevenheles occasionally rw.

mister at War, without! pretending for the to remove to where you may please to go, if you Printers and other persons employed in i tho Telegraph Office are culled Rats, the ,>th- even under tIC best administra ion of a system tc c fc:-

present to the Presidency of the Council. He mean to do so; but I trust that a sense of what is so the office of tho Telegraph. For several I er Printers Terrier pable of producing uch happy results: shall I be:not able((0
arrived at Berlin the and from decidedly your own interests, will induce you to offer weeks i wondered at. Until the wit of !man
on 21st thence "On hI
to your firmer masters such equivalent either in past publications and caricatures had Saturday a Circular was issued by the : devise some plan of RepreSenl3've Government, .
$_ proceeded to his splendid seat ofLangwardcn labor or money, as well induce him to leave you in been issued from several offices in this city, Terriers containg the proceedings of a general I which all who think themselves! malted, may the,d:

in the neighborhood of Aix-la-Chapelle. He ,the quiet occupation of your grounds and home. : holding up to public odium the persons em- meeting of the Printers, and its fafihcationby the same time, admitted to a pal ticipaaon In '"be 1

... is expected in Paria to morrow evening, and The Jamaica despatch describes the act of the :. ployed in the office of the Telegraph; and various I the Typographical Society to which was ministration: of its affairs of, we trust lainf not,for expect.eve"
from the
Governor of relieved
as one "unparallelled rohbery"-a fine spirit comj
the only question which remains is as to the threats were made from time I list of the Rats. This r V $p
sample of Whig atrocity and yillany"-and adds: to time appended a arrousedthe prised to find it mos Vf'\pm"n! ; -t % com-
..: time of his entering on the duties of his office. ."Robbery in every shape is detestable, and we I that personal violence would be inflicted on I ire of the Rats, and they accordingy.pre-! zrcatest prosperity But, be''eeV""amment.orplaints .

The Minister elect and the Minister ad inte- condole with the inhabitants of the Caymanas for : all the Printers in the oflico In two pared for a revenge, threatening destruction as to the manag.m.'nt of )U! to the .jSJO01
instan-I in relation
of .
rim are probably equally unwilling to under- taunted two reasons.with-it The in bad robbery English is is admitted but to The be !' ces this was attempted by attacks conspicuous Terries. After being drilled and .even of supposed diversities improvements opinion in tledeiailso,' it COflffBtruction. -

.take the defence of the budget befere the inhabitants of the Caymanaa submitted insupportable.to the spoila- : night on the houses of two individuals. The armed by their Captain, they sallied out, and and a desire to undernine and Wht nrert1"} ; the

Chamber of Deputies; and yet we do not hear lion with decorum and dignity Decorum and dig- : threats were continued and on Saturday night about 12 o'clock met a solitary Terrier on the it, Ihere i is an immeasurable diffi artil.l rence.: ant":te none .

of any serious objection to the details with the nity with vengeance! but we are not told the whole i attacks were mado on persons engaged in the avenue, when seven or eight of the Rats fell obstructions can: at worst in, the but produce public ser f Vlce. Success In
force took under the of the ry ; ir?
place Forte
I exception of that branch of it which relates gun frigate I office three different him and beat him with country.preseut frOg
to the Serpent brig of war, and the bayonets of .wo at places.At upon clubs until some other wouM inevitably plunge o IT anarchy- wj
f the occupation ol Algiers. The government companies of the 87th Regiment, and the marines of. one place, on the public avenue, 5 or 6 doubts were entertained of his surviving the lofty eminence, into an al yss: of ,

[S is, in fact to confident of its majority, as to the two ships!" i of the persons employed in the Telegraph office operation. It is necessary to state here that ruin.We hold an immense stake for the we3 tflrtroeoi.

authorize Its leading of the the A letter from Barbadoc says: Ii were the When I some of the Rats to which we' sboU ldnot
organ press, "While the impression abroad that the spending evening. ongoing were so leaky, as brag of mankind, to the importance of manifest4 .
Journal dee Dcbats; to throw out an open defiance system is working goes well in this island apprenticeship it-I out, their suspicions were arroused by I the deeds they were to perform; and one old be insensible. The insense nt.'rcst threat n'the :

tbis morning to the party of which Du- is a duty which we respectfully owe to each other I seeing a man stationed near the door armed Rat', in particular gave the names of the Terriers broad in every movement here the that dee > -IC fjfln.
t is the chief. The tiers that the delusion is removed, in order that effectual with stability of our system, shews site :Ii;
>tn parti have signally be forthwith a bludgeon, and as two of them bad some who were devoted to destruction. The which pervades! the world, that u x>n its ; jy0-
means taken render
tailed to establish that preponderating influence way available to the end to for which that it is system designed every I distance to walk, it was deemed that the others assault on the first Terrrier was soon knownto the cause of Republican Govern nents. b The en .joWiacatesol
it expected to enjoy by holding the scales between In publishing this statement I request to absolve the should accompany them home, in order to afford -I three or four other Terriers who immedi- monarchical systems ba/e not the P l'U13.

the Ministerialists on the one hand and Stipendiary Magistracy from reproach, as I am un- : protection, aud thus possibly prevent I ately joined issue with the Rats and drove 15 perceiving of danger Constitution to such, institutions nor 1 ackwarad'icti0ns tnd sein i l1* ,.
7 the regular opposition on the other, must now conscio for that the change they deserve which has individually taken to be impugned -i their being ill treated. With this view they or !O of them ingloriously from the field, with upon nency every passing event by which ( (

....f1' content itself with the independence of its the apprentices who are now absenting place themselves among :. took a circuitous route, but were attacked by sundry ugly marks about their heads, with loss of its speedy. destruction could br In any deg'tified. 1 D Jia!

: I member, and with their exclusion as a party with impunity from their domiciles." i a mob of more than five times their number I of numerous clubs, pistols, and other weapon '.their. I hus far, and they the have circi Ix en mstances o WJL which

) i for a long time to come from any thing like With regard to the crops, we annex the following i armed: with bludgeons. desperate conflict I of which we saw one, a club: a part of a they were anticipations encouraged, however r farming at the dtp ti *e

political power. information"The weather from has a Kingston been seasonable paper:. in most of the I. ensued, which lasted for about twenty minutes hick.ry axe handle abc/iit two feet long. Their have in the end, only i-nded to s)ow fortai the et lhink

The discussion on the grant of secret scr- Leeward Parishes, and the rain fell abundantly in and but for the timely arrival of the civil power cries of murder aroused the police, who immediately of that devotion to the Union the, vhich/!. .is Y bO'1' :

: ice money demanded by the Ministers is treated Manchester, Vere, &c.-The prospects of a Coffee to whom our hands are much indebted for took measures to quell the disturb God Thoroughly! the master convinced passion of that I tl e menca-rtW overtn : Of our ]!

by the regular Opposition as an affair of crop in the former is said to be very cheering. The their exertions doubtless some of their lives I ance. A dreadful fear overcame the Rats,on present Constitution and the consequent des irKuoa,Jbe '
the tiers crops in Vere are forward, and we feel much pleas- would have been the of of the which bind. together,d '
principles by party as one of figure tire in stating, on good authority, that the people sacrificed. Sunday following, and in the night that confederacy h tppinessa" h

:. The Journal de Paris annoncos, on the part work well and cheerfully. What next year's crops i They commenced on Saturday night. A day a party of four Rats, who had sallied out the greatest has ever sacrifice been made of.human at the s r.De ot F rsansltha'

. of the Government, that being a question of may produce, we know not; but it is some consola-I mob Printers armed with bludgeons attacked to be revenged on a Terrier of note, mel witha ambition, I do not hesitate to prc mise you, IDriTate eye-

confidence Ministers! or the want of it, the tion to be able to say, that quietness prevails even in a house occupied by nn individual and his reception that will no doubt keep them quietin ry effort in my power, whether i i pUIIIClife o 1'he Fft.
one and readers feel .
parish our assured that it ,
'smallest reduction will be regarded.. equivalent would be infinitely; more pleasing may to ns to brar, that family, employed in the Telegraph office. future. Finding that they were unable to shall of hk be Country made for, foreseeing their prese this!rvatiO1.ter danger: warned.

$ .1 to its total rejection. j jI t these feelings were more general." Bricks and stoned were thrown at it, pistol. "direct the atorm" they had created, tho Rats ; to cherish the Union v thpaFadiUTZ f f nTV ut s3

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-- -' .-- It -'-' ; -- bon of this Society, 03 Ceil as the t&axp Wflcf.cial I I inhibiting the master of tltve from f' ., .
i : 11 A gMag him t tray the vatae1y and all the and Ii
Tfreat for faith result crew FOR SALE
exemplar political flowing from the improvement of our agriculture I Ticket to sell his own produce passengeif, t
tr! In Jccrson, has taught us, that to preserve Mr. Farquahar Macrae then introduced the I cruel and as unnecessary, as nn which Mrs. Alston had embarked for N. York. Tat Plantation belonging to tha estate \..
'fhona.mon sympathy between the States, eut of I following Preamble and Resolutions the as a nuisance which should be erased from He decled, &ays this gentleman, that after thf: of the late Wm. J. MauWin, lying jrithioone .

that jOI sprang, andwhich, constitutes ire 1 with accompanied statute book. men were all killed, there was anunwillingnewfQ mile of the Chipols River 'an 1 two r; "rV
'l'b1rhundfttioo we should exercise the powers i a laconic nddres portraying the advantages of The Grand Jury beg leave to state in this presentment the part of every pirate to take the We of Mn. QNfe* of Man.nna consisting of 560 acres of o i and t

nf right belong to the General Government, such an institution. their confidence in and respec tand esteem for Alston, who hid not resisted them, or fought them biefcory. Land, 130 of which are cleared and in culti'I ., .'I

'l'hJch -rit of moderation and brotherly lore, and PR AMBLE. his Hon. the Judge of this Court, and to congratlate and therefore they drew lots which should vation.This ; !
per Farm is denned
Ji .s abstain from the assumption! such as This called constituted : one of the most choice m :
meeting and by the friends him in farm the deed
e1 pobrcn by the Consntution.j common with their other fellow citizens on as it was to be done.-The lot fcU 1 Jackson countyIt is pleasantly situated and a Imira-
de1egated of Agricultural Improvement in Florida, view with the auspicious state of to this pirate who declares that he effected t
tsrt my thanks, for the kind man- our Territory, and the little bly watered. The Dwelling House and Out-1 louses It
"rcept'n chich, gentlemen you hare performed the duty assigned I. feelings of high satisfaction and pride the advancing occasion there has been for criminal proceedings at object 'of putting the lady to death, tby laying a are i in good order, and are built only one h mdredyards

j ;: to be ver) sincerely, prosperity the Territory, as exhibited in the great this term. plank along the edge of the ship half oa it and from three bold free stone Springs afibri ing anabundance t

I yoa endDPiieyeIB\our and obedient servant increase of her annual exportsj-in the enlarged facilities (Iln behalf of the Grand Jurv.l half off or over the edge, and made Mrs. Alston of cool water, and not affected by tb, mostsevere t

M. VAN BUREN. of her commercial and monied relations, and JAMES S.'BELL, foreman. walk on that plank till it tilted over into the water draughts-connected with the dwelling house, t .
nr.w STEVESSO*. Eel- President, in thc enhanced value of her lands.That I the with her. The dying pirate requested his r ysiand is a finet'Carden of threeacres with a Grape A rbour, .
Ar being certify
To is a true extract from the cian to a cTtfcce: selection of Vines now in luxarianl bear. :
I I& James Fenner, sensibly impressed with the tonviction that the continv&nce minutes of said Court, furnished for publication at make this story public, but his surviving ing. The place is perfectly healthy, antf only fifteenmiles '
'Kdtt-ardCondit, family will of :
the request of the Grand permit consent that the name of
S. Heath, of the general prosperity, and its further Jury. the deceased ; from the Chattahoochee RJTer-r ,
Tjpton\ advancement is closely allied with, if not materially ISAAC CREWS, Clerk. The should .be known. If the purchaser wishes, there will be sold:w th the -
Robert strange. June 2d, 1835. above 'tale was repeated over and over by Plantation, all the
necessary Farming Uten rile ; J 1a
dependent the a. 4
Ne lt, progressive ;
3.r"B."icbn Ca.nnon, E r!. vi Prc.ient s s of the upon improvement *So called in honor of Gen.. D. Wall, Sen. U. the merchant before mentioned. in the presence ol f small stock of Cattle; a stock of Hogs; Horses, Hales, : f i
ta great agricultural interest of the Territory S. from N. J. a number
of the National Con'enl1on. gentlemen, whose names can be giv U'agon-Also, a first rate Cotton Gin ; like .
-- I : They have this day assembled on public en. He said he received it from the physician I wise 2,500 bushels of Corn, and acorrcspondhf* quantity t t .

Constitution sailed from Havre ; nolitf, to consider and adopt such measures as may Fron the A Yo k Afrrcantile Jdrerti c f. himself with :no other injunction of secrecy than Fodder. :.1 _
The fri.IfRtc I In b4'Sttn promote these interests and effect the following DEATH that he should not disclose the name of the Far Lena, which will be made reasonable, md Id : 'jo 4
t. 28th nit with o'tr MinMei.Mf. LivnRfbomcihts Jpsirtd ends, viz: or COMMODORE HENLEY--f'am. cian! for the pf(: Cnl. On being a ked if thm'chn : ttu th.iience of the purchaser apply to : po :
Cth' return : ; rlepnrtuie hnd occatho Is'. ThAt John D. Henley, commander of t'IG U. S. : was a man respect.bilify "St; JNO. O. SEW ALL. Ai:"r. : .J
may create throughout our agricultural replied 1aniannaflo.3une2Oth I .
ton French Jour- West India 1835. 46 6* 'i _
in squadron this life was
departed at no one
51oned much c.pACulation community,by the dissemination: practical methods mcreso m Mobile. The merchant.was 1rJ The Greenville .
Havana the 23d of Slav ned tint (S. C.) Mountaineer, and the
and successful on The U. S. sloop Wai )his story would into the I t
results, which mark ret newspapers Charleston (S. C. Advertiser
.._._ I may our respec- of War Vandalia sailed he to which he made ) mil give the above six :1 f
no i
on following objection.
live fttrming day insertions and forward their
operations, and end to increase an extended accounts to the Admi .l
11a1FI riRIDI.-lN interchange of agricultural opinions and prac- for Pensacola, with his remains This information nist ratoZ'-. '* I. ,
: --- _
tice$. i is brought by Capt. \shbyofthe *chr. A LOVE LETTER FROM A TAILOR TO A r. FEMALE SCHOOL"THE'fJcfcool t ,.I .

\h 2 i. That organise and Eagle. Commodore attained the M \ N TU.t: \KKH.- Remnant of ]
W11 1I'J. .1Jl B may cement some bond ofunion Heoley /iopes-\fay l for Young Ladies in this Ci y, will
calculated to dignify the agricultural profession rank Captain in 1817-than which it is well : I be ripped from tho borders of your esteem, its next term on Wednesday 15th :

svrmiDAOH EJZ' == as a separate association, and to give it power known, there is none higher in our NHVV. By i and l nev r buttoned to the loop of your kindness July. It =Is particularly requested by the Preceptor 'j

t : hEdi; \1 department of the radian. har. |I and Njj jirnce; as a combination of talent and ext common consent, however, the titlo of Commodore I hut I am strongly seamed to the hem of that begitnmg all who of intend tbe term entering, that they the may School be do Ict red at tta fir tit. 3
I I prepi I'
j wen J< ft "*. charge "f tic \ rnl. e frienec.3J. is accorded to commanders of squad- 1 your 'enuty; may I never lose a thimble full I an Exhibition at -Ut close.Taikhassee i .

I :r":. ).j't*.wr- [lore its pa.rons, a ,duo& senseol/ pro- i To introduce to the attention of disintercstec ron of your favor but you have so -tangled the ) June 22d, 1835. 46-3w I 1

I ;mtw1l1cCS him to give them some assurance of I emigrants, now seeking from the more Northern and! Since the above was in type, we nave received thread of my.unde'rstanding with that pretty NOTICE. f

I &r.1I'r m which that duty shall be rfischargrd i Western Texas the States, their fortunes in the far distant: tha following letter- I outside of yours, that I am stark mad to bo THE subscriber will .ix months from dat, apply i f

TbeTone and sentiment of the paper hiU remain I Itl' advantages and resources of this'auab'le} U. S. SniP Y ANDALIA. HAVANA, your the Judge of the County Court of Jirffen>on 1

11'r=d-i: columns shall be left open to the free Territory ; and by the promulgation under the authority Odds Bodkins! I county, for a aismisgion from the AdmJnnrtrvtion of

&cCtcclOfl of evrv suSject; vhfrn 7W ytrsonalilits 1 of an Agricultural}, of the facts nndevidnu I An Mav 25, 1833.l of Whoreever am surely yours every stitch the estate of Isaac Miller, der'd late of said iountyv I',

,.#.if id.-la politics! mnttcrs firm and manly) :es of our health, condition,and crops, to counteract event of a melancholy nature occurred I I me. you go you are my north FRANCIS P. MILLER. A InVr. t
and needle June !
C' thin 23d 1&35.
to us afternoon Commodore follows 4&-6m
John D. my blunt
the you; not but let
dependencerill he maintained; and all r\rues past misrepresentation, so long I ______ 1
'Ci L.i have a fair: and impartial hearing. circulated abroad to the prejudice of our population; Henley, Commander of tho West India Squadron I me baste myself to your kindness, that I may: NOTICE. I'
*The uUewgnod i<= induced the morr. to maKP nnd ]lastly, to adopt such measures as may regulates : suddenly expired on board the ship; he set the tighter to your affections: I love you ALL persons having ar y demands against the Es-
thc perindical I had been in ill health for some months but beyond measure; but it is hard of Cullin Edwanls derd. are hereby notified I
th<*e pl Wke*. m order to rcmore the impression .I, meetings of associated farmers and not I yet so to cab: J? their claims .
-rtuch TDY H' rl"t'eirfl abroad that: the columns of I j I(I o'h''crs interested in the prosperity of Florida.-In j sufficiently so to alarm his friends. He yes ; bage one swet look from you that I almost time present required by law to duly he undersigned authenticated witin! -will tha 1 1
or they
Fiiri' "'fl": will be devoted crcluvively to thcdisseaiinition furtherance of these several obiects as far as can be 1 lrr day afternoon went on shore for the purpo I de pair of having; enough finish my su''t. he forevei barred payment j i

(If 'hwc political) principles which he now accomplished, this meeting deems the following;; of riding out of the city, .and returned on board i Pray put a favorable construction on this, JOHN EDXVARD8TUL. ) .J t

h! t! cherished frorrf hi, early childhood. ThoseKiwiplcs Resolutions! expedient and calculated to embrace the; at sundown. apparently as well as usual, but and for the same I shall sit cross legged foryour EDWARDS. 5.Admr.a

are known to many,-having had the ms- results desired: Therefore, in the night had an attack of dhrrhcca, for sake, being my dearest little flounce, (tine 27 46-8-v .-

fosnuc (if mi'fortunc :mv be called) of being ftc Be it Resolved, That this meeting do now consider: which our surgeon, Dr. Osborn prescribed, Yours, p. s. 1:7'Vanted to Contract JI 1

cicotly: clx..cd with a specie of lipfd called iJ/i- themselves organised and associrtcd under the style little thinking him to be dangerously ill. I FOR the making of 100,000 Brick. frr w rich IS

'(..".'To this oognoracn, however, he ha; never I and appellation of The Agricultural Society ofFlorida. I was dining in the cabin-to-day, in company I A new gambling hou:e has been opened at thousand will be given, and the Yam furnished

tvu>Trf4',--bv\ in a* JDu.h as it would be ill-timed, ." with Doctor Oaborn, and Mr. Miller the 'West End," London, for the Yard., and the Brick Moles also dclivereil on the t

and not strictly in accordance with tlat, spirit, which} j ] Be itfurthcr RtsolrcJ, That the business of this the Commodore's when I dation of Ladies. accommo June JOHN 'V. LA VI U8. I
Secretary, 20Jit 18.15. 45 f
has: }krctolorc dictated the rclumns) of this journal Society shall be solely} and entirely devoted to the suddenly, .- :
& servant attending tho Commodore i -- .- .1
n di<, 'tsM'm of those principles) on his part, in improx'ement of the practice and support of the interest upon in.. MARRIED- '-- --- NOTICE. .1

:h Clpl") in which be now stands *ilt be scdulouslv L- of Agriculture and subject matters thereto directly i hisW state-room, called Osborn's attendance. I On Wednesday evnin last. 4T the next January Term of Gatlsden County .
e all suddenly from : by the Rev. Thos. I C. the
aviide.Lthou\ ; gh well written communications relating and appertaining. arose our seats, and, on BeI. nnin, Mr. TILLMAN .. FRENCH Mrs. undersigned Administrator of thE es- I
to ANN tate of
'upon that or any other subject will be most cor31' Be firmer Resolved, That gentlemen owning approaching his couch, found him ;in the agonies I. LOUISA CREWS, both of this place. A ec.ourts fyenimin and Vouchers Chappell for,settlement dec'd. will with present hfe, J

!: received and\ graciously! inserted. I residing upon, or interested in Florida lands, o; of death. It was so sudden and so unexpected In Leon county, on Thursday evening list, by the Kite, and pray to be discharged therefrom. said e 1 ,:

JAMES A. BcnTHELOT.Ojr otherwise attached to any of the various branches of that we werr all astounded-it has cast M Rev.\ Mr. Jerry; the Rrv.VfSLEY" DAMS, to W. FLAKE, jidmV. It '

!. agriculture in this Territory, be invited ro subscribe gloom over us all. In rs. this LUCRETJA TURNER the 18th inst., both thiscounty. Tallahassee, June 17, !S3.>. 45-6m. 1

readers will l find, by reference to our columns, and i on application to the Society shall be admitted We shall sail to.morrow morning with the Esq. Mr.county.on ISAAC ETHERAGE,,by to Arthur Miss MARY Mneon.; FOR SALE] '

:M proceedings of a meetin held at thp Capitol, oahe I membfrs and entitled tn all its privileges! and uses: body for Pensacola. HT \RKER, :ill lfslti,1 i l count)'. ;: following described Lands J

: ;JOih of tile present month, for the purposr of orpnism I Provided such applicant does subscribe and acknowledge I- Commodore Henley, as far as my observation -, ':- ___ h.-. estate of the late Maj.) Overton,belonZi remni h i"unsoU)! to the 'j"

; nn Agricultural Society. The meeting was himself) amenable to the rules and regulation L. extended during our short acquaintance MARINE nnd':1rea: l\inotferedtowlt: .
r.oi as umcrouely attended a" might} have: been an- of the society.Be kind MST. S. W. quarter of.Sec. 35, T.2 N. of Rang 1 Ease' ,
was a good hearted and has left +
man, as __ S. E. u U 1" -
still there sufficient number 32 2. u
tlr3.t'd-btt was a : Rcsctped That 2 II
itfuTtter a Committee of Direction i. t
am informed, an amiable family of children PORT OF ST. MARKS. X. E.It uS.'hi'lf 17, 1 Si "
: 1"
yr' cnt to organise: samf. I with 'a 4
recording Secretary, be appointed by behind -;- of ', r
In all ) his partner, to whom this will -- \ N. 2 u :
agricultural countries, acscc>.tras' of thisl.nd
the Chairman whore: duty it shall be to draw up inns be an awful and stroke. CLEARED, E.halfofS.E qr.of"W. 18, I, N. u 2" ,t "
; are found to le highly ad\'an ngcot1s. The concise terms as may be practicable, a code of) severe_ June 18th, sloop! George Washington, Bunce, for S.W. u 3, 2, N. 1" t ''
bcnctt which will be derived this Tampa Bay, with corn and nvlz.WE TI&. N.E. cc "
to section of counw By e-laws and regulations for the guidance of debate, r. 20, 1S. 61 2'!
from such an association, is truly incalculable l ; the order of the society, and the election of its oil i- From the Richmond Enquirer. -- : W. N'I Y. 3, 2, N. ti 1 it :!: -..

tri more especially as this society bids fair to 1 be : cers, &c., the whole of which shall be submitted THE FRENCH BILL OF INDEMNITY. arc authorised to announce Capt. JOSEPH N. W. quarter of U 6, 2, N. West i1
N. 'V.U It
at MOORE "
f :posed'of such of The Packet ; as a Candidate to represent Leon 11, 5, N. 11 "
; our planters ns arc men of Ship Albany, brings Paris dates to ;' .
next and if in S. E. "
meeting approved by two county the next Legislative Council. 35, 6, N. It '
-alIcal experience, and whose interests are particularly : the 23d 1 April, and Havre to the 24th. The Indemnity lime }. For 11 1 4 i ..
thirds of the members present to be then entered upon 27Ih, 1S3 > 4GtfWE terms, apply to Oscar White, Esq.in Tallahas: ,
iJemiDM! with the successful cultivajion) oft the Journal and forced as the standing rules! of Bill was still before the Chamber of Peers' i aui-horiscd y. 4 see, or to the subscriber at Pensirola \ 'If
arc to
:: 'Oil.An although no doubt was entertained of its ultimate announce JAMES. A. ROB'T. 11
I this tociety. BERTHi-XOT! E.q.as aCandidate MITCHELL. : \.
2.jeum"il! mceng of the Som-y will takeyhn passage. The only apprehension at Paris was, sent Leon coun.tyin the to repre- Tallahassee, June 13, JS35. 45-4".
& Resolved That this next Legislative Council.
further? Committee
of Direction
: ? on the second Wednesday in October next, some difficulty wouM! not exist betweenthe Jme 27th. 1B3J. 46tf _
\1 tlCJ it i is eXlf: ctt't a code of lI,'-1a'\' for the better open a correspondence with foreign Agricultural two governments as to the "satisfactory expla. authorised' Notice.DURING "j'
Societies, and r-port th* same with other nation" The Paris and London arc to announce ARTHUR i A- .
)Vtz1Arn' itoi' th(' *ociety will be reported by the papers teem absence from
I CON Esft. my tho
Oinmitlee ci Dircc.iJ'i: matters so relating! to the society at their next m with speculations upon the subject-and Extractsof : county in the ,ncx Legislative asa candidate Council.to represent Leon; Territory, 1\1 r:nhn Parkhllishere. t'

in g. Letters are also furnished in the New York. by constituted and
June 36ih, 1831. 46tf appointe.1 my Agent and \ftnrnei ..
Con"IJl'rall: excitement prevails in New O:1crno Be ii farther Resolved, That all practical farmers prints, which indicate some difficulty upon the in fact. SAMUEL PARK ifgr r 1 .

'. ";,-K Mihi: ;% tUer :the Mexican flag upon those of favor the next adjourned meeting: of this society with that we have at this moment P. S. before us, Leon county in the, Esq.next as Legislative a: candidate Council to represent Notice.Mr. .. I 'It -

J u: country.-ShouM not this maf.cr be l looked into essays and contributions} on their respective practiseand written at Pans on the 22d April, 4 o'clock, by: a :., J ne27, t835. '4Glf Charles .1 .
: :te Got, ',', : di ovcries as relating! to the first principles of gentleman, every way entitled to our confidence t I Attorney the Thompson is the a Jthorise4" ; 2 '
'rn" who has the best opportunities knowledge and: I MIDDLE DISTRICT.-GAOSOEK SCPERIOR COCKT. during his abst nee front '
I. the.most approved mode cultivating the grand staples :I th Territory. R. H. I
Tnr S.ate R'ghfs'! } : Convention cf Georgia! asscmi : I of cur soil, Cotton, Suar, Tobacco,'.and Corn quickened by every motive, to obtain the best I information David G Raney In Trespass on the cue upon _June 19th, J835. 42w
/; f the George W. Harrii, : .
;e .t. .MilledgfVi'Je on the JCth in!:. und was c>rwith such other information on subject-which slates, that he premue ---- I J1
as they may deem i iih ad just seen some of the Irad 'g SfC as Summons ad rcspondcndumfor Notice. !
.ipi t IT the Deputies, who were: .
PI ppo nttncnt of Co). Roger S. Ga 7istnictfve and useful. I Harrison c- Rantif, S 1000 :
the before damage
:e t, P::fsid-n' and Oliver H evening assured by M. de Broglie, that DURING my absen.', Dr. Jas. H
Prince and Win. S. nt father Resolved, That} the East and West Ministers vs. Attachment for f 518 issued Ran.
I were will
\\,1;. J: perfectly satisfied with the Explanations John June dulph act as my Acent and Attorney in act
tis. ns Secretaries Districts I Pig, 19,1835-rttunuzble.) ;
bo specially invited to co-operac with us ill : already given by the American Gov Term i- June 20th, 193;. 45-6w WM. COPLAND. L II i
I1e: I b vember 1835.THE .
: Contention
( has nominated Judge Dougherty : maturing and effectually realising thc great anticicifiil ernment. The amendment was in fact considered : defendant and all others interested, are here NOTICE. -- -.- I
sdeci'cd ,
XnVnficr) as a sniiablo Candidate to l I paled good of this Agricultural association, and that as totally insignificant. It was said that an notified cf the institution of the said suit and T the : I
::e Gutieraatoml Chair of th( State and the Hon. I it bcjs-uggcsted to them amicable note would be A January Term of the Coun :y Court :
Geo. ; appoint Committees of cc 3r- submitted Washington.. I of the issuing of aid Attachment, and to appear and of Gadsdcn Cotm'y. the undersigned :
. I R. Qimcr as a Candidate for Congress, to fill I rcspondence to communicate throughout the year for the purpose of protecting Ministers against plead to the declaration filed in such case made andpl"O.ided. the estate of Edmund Gilchrist, de juJministratorof .'d, will- i

.2 vacancy occasioned by the elevation of Judge with u find to attend our annual general meeting the Chambers-inviting the Government oT the Dated June 19, 1835. present his Accounts and Vouchers for settlem nt with r.

., \ ft ape! to the Bench of the Supreme Court. 11?, it further Resolved, That the next adjourned Utiitetl Slates to confirm the Explanation vchkh J. WESTCOTT, Jr. said estate,and pray to be ,Jis lnreeJ therefrom. ,

m etting of thin society be hed! on the second 'V ed- had already been given by Mr.' /.eri'g fon. It is June 27th 835, 46-4m Au'y. for .fT. JAMES: GILCHRI., Udm'r.

:, A=!C' Ul of the citirens of the City of r.ilbha -. I'I n'sdllr in October next, and all gentlemen interested also stated, that Mr. Serrurier made a similar! MARSHAL'S SALE. Gad den county, June I5th. 1q33. 45-6m : j

.t'f. *-a hcld on the IB.h ins:, at tbe City Hotel for I I in its purposes throughout this Territory statemeat to one of the Deputies. It 13 moreover Y virtue of:.cv writ of Fi. Pa. issued from the TO THE PUBLIC ,

. .e purpose making suitable arrangements for'j thc I 1 I I invited to attend end countenance thi disin'erested urgently said, that Gen. Bernard i is corning to the United Clerk's Ofivtc of the Superior Court for Jetferi i RECEIVED: by the snbsrribf on consignment: .
-. :wbration of the States, to arrange the terms of the Explanation.No son and Madison counties, to me directed, I shall expo O..Jca.n5ahout three months ipo two '
: ..cm Independence approaching Anniversary of Ar neap- endeavour of promoting the general good. messenger could be more agreeable to us- =e at public salt, for cash, before the door of the I Boxes marked .T. B. Peachy, No. 1 and 2, l nd con- r r.'f.
1 We Be further Rested, That the above Preamble! & none who better understands the pacific feelings Court House in thi"- Town Monticello, on Saturdaythe t mining a variety of Smoking and Chewing '"obacco- .

.: i "Ited
- I GIiuBLr.I tJ deiv"'r! hc ''ation, and Cot Jons G. Secretary, and be published in the Floridian. i is better calculated to conciliate the wishes of two i interest James L. Parish, or of Martin Palmer, inand prove property, pay charges, and take them f wale .

: C4t: day.K to read the! Declaration: of Independence Be further Revived, That the thanks this meeting : nationa, who are bound tn each other by so many Si sec.to the 30,following T. 2, N. of described R. 5 E..proporty with the, to crop wit ofC:-E.iorn St. Marks, June 15, '83:.C.F.DUERR&IO.45tfNOTICE 1

.. i be tendered to the Chairman and Secretary for ties of alliance and of interest. All! we ask; of rowing thereon, in-house! Cotton Gin running _.----- 1

Te their polite services upon this occasion. France is sheer justice.Ve offer her in return, Gear, and Screw. .. The Town Lots Nos. 50, 51, 55, 3
: hs communication of "' A nc der'* was mislaid' a commerce in her richest productions, much with House and {fmprovenifnts thereon-The. | IS hereby given, that the Books for receiving Sub t

; "k-we cheerfully publish it in to-day's paper, Which Resolutions alter being read were una tnm ore active and valuable to her, than nny which S, W. I sec. 30, T, 2 N. of R. 4 E.-E. J S E. i sec. scriptions to the Capital Stock of the S outher.l J,
Life Insurance
. mousy! adopted. she enjoys with any other nat lm. We have no 25, T. 2 N. of R. 4 E.-Part of E. } N. E. 1, sec 25. the and Trust Company will be opened
: TkIaccir* hel,1 1 at the City Hotel l in Tallahasec ACHILLE MURAT, Chairman doubt that Gen. Bernard will be received in the T. 2, R. 4 E., containing 50 acres of Land: more or at St. Augustine of Thomas the Douglas, Esq. in the City of t
. .n 3718th mst OSCAR WHITE, Secretary.In Ics I --Sold to satisfy a. Judgement obtained at the on second day of November next, .
for h
the of most liberal spirit-and how entertain
can 10
we o'clock
l Purpose making or- a at and will
be "
&nctznents for the accordance with the fourth rc01utionIe aforesaid Court, in favor of Tildcn & Roberts vs. Parish open from time to time-
: approacliine Aniversnry of AePendencc rs. fear, that his visit will become the harbinger of i Palmer & Co. by adjournment, until the whole of the Stock shall be.c ,
Gen. I. G. Senrcy called John) G. Gamble, CoHn Mitchel, Macrae, AchilleMurat subscribed
tht cha ir, was the most amicable relations between the two countries THOS. ESTON RANDOLPHM not exceeding thirty days.
: and R. B. ir. :-t
;. Copeland chosen :
- appointed Secretary were a Committee of Direction. ? A. LOT CLARK, )
It" nofMr WM By M. RANDOLPH, D. M. :
)h'rd, That Tallahassee, 26lh June, 1835. 56td ROBERT RAYMOND.. F.EID. I :
; thee ? committr be
C4e r,1'' Select an Omtor, and nko appointed to select ron THE rLoftiouir.i From the Mobile (Ala.) Register. --- ---;--_... _. .' THOMAS DOUGLAS, JI

1. 'toread the OriJariLtionof Ind.pen a* may interest many of your readers tolmi,"i The fate ot Mrs. Alston, the accomplished lady IFascissa fr ,,usUla Navigation Company. June 2d, Ii35. 45-1 Ow Cammistionersenj -. r. .

- Dr Ti j Mess8. Thomas Brown, Daniel AIcRaney, that the Magay, Pita, or Campeachy Hemp, is not o Governor Alston, of South Carolina, and daughter NOTICE is hereby given, That on the l Jut Satiir A Barouche For Sale. e. 0-

,t. ames Randolph were appointed on said com; I stranger to this country, but grows in the greatest of Aaron Burr, has been shrouded in mystery: July, JS35, Books of Subscription will Ibe I WILL sell a very superior Barouche, on reason r.

Ou lDOtio : abundance and in all its varieties about Tampa Bay. f for more than twenty years. Occasionally, indeed, opened at the Stortf James M. K. Holloman in.Jefferson able terms, applied for soon. l..
: I.t was Rcsolred That' the Chair county, for five Hundred! Shares of Fifly Dollars DAVID G.
Lt } Tke some gleams of light have been thrown around RAirEY.! r ij
Bear-grass here is of the
; t'Omnutte-e of i one poorest, being the l each the Stock of the Wascissa Aspalaga 20th June 1835. "
amogementa Messra. R. J. Capital and Au- 45-4w
melancholy end and the brief is that she fell 1- t
1 ;I: t2ey. Chat. H Austin, Arthur Randolph, Samuel I: shortest specimen-others there are which furnish a silla Navigation Company. The book will be opened ,
'?illt1d, tehx dr Fisher, and Jobn Endeman, were thread upwards of a yard long. a victim to piratical atrocity. Some three years under the superinttndance of Achillc Murat, Robert Lake Wimieo ff St. Joseph' Canal Cony my. ''Y ;

1. '. Oc : I mention this, because seeing the great effort ago it was currently reported that a man, residing Gamble, William Bellamy, John A. Cuthbcrt and % N Election for Five Director' to mana t the affairs IC 1 ;
: InjOifjt InfAIO n, i It wa further Resolved) That the Chair made by our worthy Delegate some at the in one of the interior counties of this State, made John G. Gamble or of any two of them; at 10 o'clock, of the Company will be held at tit ir office I
,. lhilt a.1 committee to prepare Toasts-Messrs..O. I instance of the late American years ago, some disclosures on his death'bod, which went to: A. M., and to be closed at 3 d'dock, p. H. At the time in i Apalachicola on the 3d Monday in July net: It t,
e 44; RudaofI,and R. WeUrord, were appointed Consul at Campeachy: confirm the confessions previously made by a culprit of subscribing, there shall be paid to the Commis iofl- ROBERT BEVflRIDGE. A rent 8-
rnnuttce. I (Dr. H. Perrine) to introduce it. Planters and others o* the gallows, that the vessel in which Mrs. ers One Dollar per;hve. And if it shall appear that L. W. & S. J C. C. rc ; it
I_ i may be informed, if they wish to extend its cultivation than five hacdred shares Apalachicola. 16th June 1835. .
; Ol'r G SEARCY Chairman, Alston' sailed, was scuttled fur the sake of her more are subscribed at the 45-4w i.
). Ol'tLUO, See'ry, how much nearer they can find it. plate and effects. The fallowing article, which time of closing the ?ooks, the excess shall be deducted NOTICE '
n Yours, A from the highest subscriptions, until the number is reduced ,:
READER.FOR from the Alabama Journal is
we throw
7* copy goes to hereby given to all the
1. *Agricultural, Florda. to five hundred shares. And the Commissioners IS parties that ae concerned :
In Society of some additional light on the subject. The facts that four weeks r>.
t in j that case shall return to the subscribers the after dite we shall applj- to tbe
Tance of previous notice given in the I Plo:7of THE TLORIDIAK. mentioned in it t. and will be Judge of the '
1'; ere are new us, probably money paid in advance upon shares which may have County Court for the County oi Gads- yr f
4;. T Were assembled at the Capital in L the MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. to most of our readersCONFESSION : been thus, deducted de for permission to sell a portion of the real estate ,

,n tdj mteir) ) *'': .*'e, on ate bins?. a respectable The Grand Jury of Hamilton County, June Term OF A PIRATE. On the same day after closing of the subscription, 'of Hcrekiah ilder, deed. r* i iNOTICE.

:h ***. Ige I1 number of our planters for the pur- 183., beg leave to make the following presentments: The public DO doubt remembers the story of the the subscribers to s4id Capital Stock will organized ANN BURNLEY, Adir'x. y,

:1: ttmiltttins and organising a Society to give They present as a grievance that the United States daughter of Aaron Burr, who was the wife of and proceed to the cnactmentof the necessary by-li LWS, Quincy, June 13 WM.44-4w.W. WILDER, A Im'r. ir

iC to our Planting interest-to throw such Mail is not conveyed to the various Post Offices in Governor Alston, of South Carolina. On the return and to the election of said: of a Board of Directors for the ________- ___ n.
management Company.
tillth abject and to disseminate such facts :. the northern part of this County, and they request of her father from Europe, about the year JOHN G. GAMBLE T the teA
ar PWn only! improve the cultivation of our resin that the Clerk of this Court be instructed to forwardto 1812, she embarked' from Charleston en a visit to ACHILLE MURAT,, Court next the January Term of Gadaden C 1bounty idB

ft io t&p1es, but unfold to the different States of the Post Master General a copy of thispres ent- him at New York ou hoard a privateer built vessel ; WILL. B. NUTTALL, Wilt and Testament undersigned of Johnathan, Executor Thomas of I be,deed.last d.-

: t OUrt the capabilities' of our country, the fertili1 : men and of the solicitation of the Grand Jury in behalf and was never heard afterwards. It seem: June 24, 1835. 40-5w ROBERT G.IfBLE.r will present his accounts and vouchers for sett iemect,

and lhe salubrity of our climate. of the citizens aggrieved that the departmentwill that her friends first thought that the ves el had DOCTOR J. HUNTER with said estate, and pray to be discharged thai afrom.B.MEACHAMlz'r. B-
\ f\ 'kertinon fallen into the hands of pirates and afterwards n.
reol.q t t, 4. MVItAT on wu motion of ColWm. B. Nui tall, adopt measure to have the mail carried hereafter concluded that it was wrecked and lost. It OFFERS his Professional services to the cit : Gadsden Co.June 5 44-6m J .
caned appears
\te sq to the Chair and OSCAR to Rosseters, Mico Towi, Swift Creek, and asalso from the statement of a county, generally. He hag located ire
'a. [AlU;* '! was aPpointed Secretary. Wallburg is now fixed AS the County Site, it is at Mobile that died respectable in merchant -. himself on the Meridian road, six miles North iof FOR SALE. to
brief a man that
,e4 ffW introductory from the Chair city recently Tallahassee, where :he may be found when not I Pro FIB ST
fe'I' "i.q 'au otljeCtl conute'with th. p.)>mo- I The Grand Jary present the laws\If the bed that had been HACKIEF.
l Teriitory : hf a pirate, and hclpcd.to des Tallahassee, Juno 45th, 1835. 45-10' May SItf'



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't"3'P. .-:: - ..'-i r KOTICE TO BU1LDEKS.. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALt. .:". To nail Road SlockltOlth'1 1 r NOTICE

4; SIX months after (date application will' bc made tttI I E\LRD proposalswill he received by the building PUBLIC Fale of the Personal Property tcioA I1?- I RESOLVED, That the SIX wtcks after diie .ti' Le

.1 hn"rnt1theJudgc of the County Court for -5- rotUmittcc of the PrcbYlcri.n Church until the lug to the estate of the late Captain John Hills, : toad Comp.my be, and they are llonorablc the Cttlrt: Con t for '!e.1

.1( the roumy if Gadsdtn, for Letters of Dismissory on 30th June next, for the erection of Brick Church of deceased, will take place nt Chattahoochcc, on Saturday I Hereby required to pay thtrteen per crnt." .n each t..f. I un, for Ur, Is.f Adniinistritj.n r, the C.-' .

I f' the estate of John P. Neales ;'nte of Gadsdc county the following dimensions, length 68 feet breadth 48. the llth July next. Amoiu the effects which Share of said Stock, on Monday the thirteenth day? ot J.lIntVIIIan s. il if'n' 'SI d. 1the eI

.i! dec'd. W. D. HARRISON, AdmY.Uuiney. Pcrsans wishing undertake can offer for the entire I will then be offered, are an elegant Barouche and liar of July next, rind seventeen per cent. i is required I \t.y 23. ( b. 4t.6w A": \r W ._

ir __ June 1st, 1:0:15.43Gm building or for the brick and laying, and the woodwork ness, and two luable Horses, some handsome Furniture be paid on each l Share of said Stock every sixty" day : AfTE\ ITo N---------------: .\
: ,. separately. and a valuahieFire proof Iron Safe. thereafter until the whole amount of Stuck. be paid, I I ..
TGE NOTICE. A plan of the building, with necessary explanations JONATHAN ROBINSON, Adm'r. and that ,public; notice be given thereof. ;,I TrIF" iuiidcrsined Rail Roal.hn: i j g 'oO.f 1 I rllfte d. rtl1': '

L. The St. Marks viaii may be seen at the torc of James McMulliu. Chattahoocheo. \ay] 13'h, 1833. 40-Pw : In conformity with the foregoinr, the undersigned : ,'v tormplny( by the Iroll .flla.|liswisl Il.i4'I tflSt. 31.tr L:" t
;.. W. W. WAD DEL f.ereby gives notice that he will attend at hi* Office In m hi .'ir lifl .r"; '
) ,
___ Mntrnolia, .will in futuie. alter JAS. S. LINN, > Building Comm II. A. PIERSON, the Capitol on the I ISthof July net, to receive the 1 lib I .In r1,I'"n for\I ls"s\ t.i.h :hit' hi ,. t'Pnr.,Y elie-". ,, 1!
:, nate with the Chattahrtochoc or in the aboveresolution that g'v.'a f'lJr .r tv. nii t
JAS. McMULLIN. \ instalment called for on yok.- .orVeil
mm (crIATh t1DtL ( 1L'rlt, '\'. ciI! a.o ,p' brol;
Conlrcll' f
ether )
Northern Stace:-Leave Tallahassee every day May 30 42-td By order of the Board. '0u.hu' I
:_ inf his friends and the Ixy. _.OQlVit I It I e.lr I..'.. rcijart. h oIdr !
.L ftt 7 A.1. Arrive at St. Marks by 2r. M. RESPECTFULLY < rms CHARLES A.USTINSecretary. r. rihir 1"I'II'liar' I 6'
:1 R'-turninjr, leaves St. Marks at 7, A. M. Arrives at NEW YORK that he has just received pr. Junn 6.Htd I' ( t I F. 'iir'In.ns. 11111 i. Iul '\lu.1 aIp1t l f ) .1:

Tallahassee by 2, p. M. ('Ii Wholesale lTa Schr. XV m. P. Savi, a complete assortment of Goods : I I.'I": Bii ,n, tlf Ihl j'Jar. p Jr 1 Ut)1JJ ::

I Set inkeu at the City Hotel, TaUassec-1r. cap Clothing rch onse. suitable for the present season. h;; the Superior Court for the County of Leon I l'. .

1 Harvey's, St. Marks, and the Post Office, Magnolia THE subscriber cxtcns.i\eand has on hand, fresh stock manufactured of t, Amor. them are 'the following: : J/W. Diet. of Florida, JJprii ROth, 1S33. --:--'v-3J.-!... ...-.. .. JXO.OREY.
ti jRare through, $ 2 O-:10Ihs. of Bagcaee allowed tn complete Clothin.rthat 1 Piece SUVC.I ior Blue Broadcloth, Samuel Hale I'rt.tce antiCrttit'r. -- '- -'-
each Passenger, and when the Stage is full, no extra will compare; in style and price, with any cstaViv 1 dn. do, P.Ik. do. )I N O T I (; K:: '
d lishment) in the country As this i is one oi the o'dest llmHino. A first Comprnl. ng.vn t ; L pers, us l.ovmu .
Brown C\ /
.4 h"g. :igc can he carried. All ba-rgaje and parcels at 1 dodo. : John H. Parr, .fphnV I A. au ilrrnnn.'
of 'he large establishments in the City, the subscriber : lateofCapi r.1.n ttl.1,
article for coats. ThWi
1 'the risk of the o vncrs has been, aole from lon!! experience, to m.ik tllrr.,1 rate summer L.usjt', C. C. Williimv$ } Iv Cni--cr.r.T. I late of JTerson( "f'1 S ct r.r.'It k.I q..
R. B. SIMMS, Agent.Talluliawe : 1 do. Invisible G rN'n Athenian I Cloth do. UolipriV.. \Villnms County, v fj I..1')1 I. ".J,
it April 23, 1 '3i 3;,f improvements in the quality and sizes of his goods.Tiie 1 do. d". Bllf. Rmnbaziii, And' Executrixt I I11.1 meats of the I sno, to the T...."enb-r I In :rr'!:rttslat., 1
Jane AiUt-n
_. ariicIeR will all he sold small advance ;M Cants \ Iff tl.J'\ .
at the Fsn. Alt SI"h1..
'' -- ------ -- ell' 1 do. do. Silk Velvet, Y. at L: ,, nathe 'I' I ,
S. lr-i. Wo are nuthoriso to announce most liberal terms. 1 do. do. Satten F"eJ"f'ilin c, >: Ucfcirlr.r.ts.Ed\\ ani ti i ken, deed. l I f s.ud I'st.'le ,11".111'(01.\I- q-nrtl I r"fln,'In d futed'I. .,

F. J. CONANT, do. ButT, and to I the subscriber.' J(H \ ; Jlynt..
GEO. E. DENNIS F.sq. us a candidate to represent 2 \Vhiu-' Marseilles Vesting', : > S lIhI1nl'ntntt.,1 I in this A t "iTflt\Il .
No. 138 Pearl-st. up stairs (up stairs) New York. II do. Silk Hkfs. T1 I
( ) Pocket
icon Count' in the next 1.f' i"latiCoullcil. l Qu.lltfe.J
flat.hi.i vinZ I. CII x"'q- :i
May 30 4'2 Sw. 2 do. do. Plaid Pravats \I.IY 21( 4 I-If .xPcor.:
March 23 : ._ ,
i.tcT1tI'ASITREIt'S '."
I led on the efcndants; John IL Parker :iid Jr-ln -
\TOTI r E.OFFICE STORAGE AT ST. MARKS. 1 do. do. Blk. Silk II 1:". Massif, and it appearing to the. saiisfiictitni'nf; lIe i : FicshiG-- S
And other articles such ilnm Kl.isti '
1 F sii'iscriber' bavin rented tint largo and com- sundry is I Court that th' v arc not inhabitants of this Llisinc1!, .
S T White anrl.n I 'ek !T.iir-CI I Ii 'ii i Stocks The duhscrir! ha
i TI1.qTURU'S > ,
; JM t I
mll"o'lV'rchousc: formerfy occupied by : i'-ut !live in the United States, the sail' John II. tinkert'i receivd and
March *th 1C";. Brown Luvn GI.1.111"I C' ,!!Ltrs. U'hite ('fttou olfen
S 'I'AL.LAlIAIF.1 \ Jiul c Criintakes this/ opportunity i of informing his the ..zjleru Dishiet of t this Territory and the s>a'd 20 bbK Iris!, P' a .n. i
and Random Il.ilf Hoc & .'. C'1 nr-lo-s will he %
BY nn art t prised 21 1st November. 1 1820, it i iQ providcd friends l md t the public ge.iierally l tint all I good* stondwith I 1' JohnV.. \la>sif in the State; of Virginia: It i is or- 40 Jo. s-ip,'riif Fl ur S

.k that all Bnr.tls executed by Auciioncrrthall hrn, shall have histri<%tcst attention, and iht.ir thankfully I I leceivrd u-d P'"H'ru.dytlfn'd: t->. J-n-d tint the said IK-fcndantsdo; appear arvf answerin"omphiiiants 23 h.tes "hf't" '

be forwarded by 1be Jude: IIfthp.C'O'IIHo.rl orders \\ ill be attended to with promptness iml despatch \1 ay 30 4-!.I f ( bill according to Izt\: Anflthita 10 n<

4 i to the Treasurer of the Tc-nii!
'.:;. f, all Auctioneers shall piarterly: in each yeir' cMnnnntim prillS______ 3i-1( f tig. A. P' ON tutu for t'iem.uili successively. ./ 30 do. Soap;
the fj transmit the Trrasiu .
: on 1st () .i titiar', to \ ( SiT.r.TIIOS.I Lt.NIl.Lyjttthe. 2 do. Mo-avinn P.ncs

.5 under onth taken before some Judge, a copy of,!! i i1 1-.I""GJ-/llrJ./V(I'. I T-s- J. rf.: Livx, Cli-rk. 20 Uc;. !.:11..1. ,

S sales effected bhim., wilh) the amount and i at x\h.\ II. Thro'ip Kiifirci-fr, of Bink: Notes, I\I'\ps\ I 1. \1 i\ .O'h ..131.) .1 .1\ do. t'lOsln-n! I.i'if.'er.l..OO S .
1' time inn jol.ice: :and for whojn thf sam: %\ ;.$ mad O .
; 1 Portraits, I Ile.ids of Bills Business and Yi S jNow allAuctioiK ers anrequired to t.ilv notice .t.tt i' (. ids! .IIAMJ.ViTR.lTfl'.i .VTICE. I' \Vi'b!
:: a Diplomas. Notarial nnd Society Be;"--'. a. l.nr\lr "I' c. t"r (; (, .
t ; Said law, ami conHTui it, or suits upon their Bondrmist I Door I'l.itCjS, tilt all kinds Masonic Engraving; LX t \ LI. !is'.n.-s! :tiaxing cI.ruiN: illlin..t 'hr-c-'a'( "' .:1'1! the lov,. .t r-t'.5.* : nn: .% .1 c 1' < f.:.r ,et.

I be iiituteil Judges of the County Courts anrequested oruti'il I in :superior' ni.'':t i.. Specimens may hicrm 1. Captain! John! Hills I d rea-.i-d: f, aun' qif.t.t! ; (;:.:)' ;'* n. LTnUiriav ,. ..,- .... .

I without res. tu them dulv :mtlwntll'atcll'\\: 'fl I Itt- tmn in"-1 31>t. "*!" : 1':: \.t.r.rp'.. ,
Rnd approved, the B nds of Auctioneers in t heir pn T.illuh.v-.s: Mairh I I'.Mh 1 i I I8f.; : ,'nbf'd ',y !I.".. Th'\<'- indeted! to the c fate, are if- : ;
II a N. H. The. '.i.hy-t.; 1-: .
)1J ; ,
S : r :-rr.T- .
rssion. CHARLES[ AUSTIN lusted to mak' isnzndiat pnynie'ntJON I ,',
:'C/1" : and ornamental n'
ig: painting: executed as ', : ".
above. .l J '1)' I '('1' .f' 't'r.-; ...
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{:.I. ifl rIVa'iivcr <'f OP Teintory of) Fl-n-j.l.x I I v I \THAN.: ROBINSON, Adai'rGal : :1v !. .
S __ I n">'( tL4t r7:, ,rr ,' ::Ii ,,' !'fr""I" ." .1" .ii
'l'Ar.Lhtl.SEr. den ( 13th lfS3 -Hl-Sw ,
l'LORIIJ.D o. .Hay In
::5 Merchant: Tailor, I COTTON ZINS. J I. -h .1*; !he ., t'it! I." :.,tt-l'" ',p ;"( .1 -- ,"'1 h. ,

: Thrrr d,,crs t.orlh cf the Pant rs Ilotil.J. Riib J. B1IIGK i: informs the i tha' 1'111' -ioivil \ ideS to the iiihabitants f'f-tIl.11t I".t. ,t'P-l( ( .
S respectfully public i tsrs. (llob-rMt'ii: >: K -lcy.! succt-jj-oih to CU1l-] I :t'i: n" *: -t.' ,--,. .
h-- has just rcv( ivrd a general: supply tf: ::ot>tj- I It' : brll.S-1--0.! for 'lie sale of COTTON n iN =, 'vont'nKiclnfirr ? :lIeI.jl'illity I He has taken the ofi.-- .'t'IJ"-it& MI't.\ U .,,, i>-Pr.ir.I .. "j.ffc.n"I''Hr. "' ; "; .

":ui1..t',tc to every brain h of his profession, consistingin I: the plan eithrr (d' BiMtwu i )ht, or Campbell iii(7.c. Kerr fc .S'iirp where he may .it .di .titiif.-.If\ ; found .. "II J7LfA, ,\ ,".", I -.t "" \'t'r.l; } .,, _..., I ., d I,7'. t. ." >,!: If-

t' pirt of Blue m.ld"lixl'd, i Green I visible: Green, I!: ( oud will warranted% of t the best quah'y eithu-: I unless! on ppiff-sionul hu
S ; I Drake neck Green, and Brown Bnudcloihri! striped jIi )' .'f iiou or steel S-nv.-; ;, as may lj.. picferred They Tall.ihi'sr.pf, |4th \l ay. 1 'i.V.10f IM'iS I. 1....:( .,. ,, 0 ."' ., ,i u': '.II ......e''.rftlc'I" Ii..

: Drabs Lavender.\ Tea coloured C-isinicn?, VYst- j I will be )' ',.ivd in th: month of August! or eaily in I I absi'ncu} tixui th<' Ti-tiiii'1!:v, 'L.' i itrh I lips'i, :..1.1'-. ..' ,' 'Pr' ,tt'ri.o i.:0". I .' 1'1''1'1. "'

; Ii ins, Vo. All of which will be imc'e to order. I Lacli.! '! :: September} II'XI: and will! Ic'ulLt on acrominodatinu: I, _OEIUIllY( uhor.ised! ] ... n:. .1 "d! a"r: >'j'i v in | mate- i. !.::. '/ .!.. 'f'I"'II'r: \oj.1;: 1-," r..,/ I'Tt '.'\*
rh.ill' Ircus and cloaks in.ukin the most f.vbhi itliIti :' terms. . lib. ( \ "f"U: ;;" .. .'Iod, ..;r '',.l ..., I
r rl. \VL I t. p : 'I'.. .
: \\ thankfully nnl] p1nri nd-: Sr."Misli: Fi.TllliiI; -\(; ', I I5"H-- : : 'Ia '.\ I 'f' '.\ ''r I''O...
i In pre!'-niinr hinself to the public he simply -tatl.; ; ly ,M-ndril to .I'II.sJr; : IULLI-. ---- j I : S :--- / I''TV i-t :, .t.. .. .1.1 ..... .t-; ."I .:

I that no '\Ik shall: leave hi* bhop without tnc rntirtpatiif.vir i Till: luisMv: J\ril1Slh, IS:?.". :5C-lms ) I 11 V.: c T I N s. AI\1IYIS'144tA'Ft.H'S NO'l'IC !':, .. ) mgi" .1.i.I l /'tI1lfl'1.- .p'f' .-.f-lf.-.,'.!',. 'Viii' "flYiii'a.,>.,.1.i ,..... 1
i t >n of 'the owner, ami I warrants his cuttiiiir! Thr Height iwlispC'l1rlUc. \ A LL persons illllohtd! to t th4! t a' c! Win l.'iihrwo d!.T r...e'l, :. I'- .'. lr-1'r.f"1\ -1,1, T.itr I

V equal till Philadelphia: New York. lIe will INC STA ; E: TO JACKSONVILLE.Thn 1. Round thh'st undei ruat. .i..1L < : .>,|, I.ito (.f I llamil'on!! t 'i"*lt ,", if--ril. :Ire I.,. "\ ro- ".IS, I l-b-v..i ;i.; allures: ,". .. ?.?-,. ciir* r.,1;10- ,- \I S

4 t. every t'li'li-uvor to please CV( ry one that p.\rlln >eiim ::?- piililic! arc informed 2. Do. \\'ai i. t. irqucstcil( { to mIlk:: immediate j'lH..t tu thcstili'cri- 1.lr e ml'lltflf '1' :n> zv (" fi.it.s

r ) ; :and I as he is a permanent resident of T.dlalu--! .. __ that : From fu.-K-: .eam. lo clbo\v and \ jcint. 1'ei, as i jlldl1l! ell.'(' cumot_ be inven; and I those having 11It"r t hI' 'V: .i'i":1" ..f D. }'-..:",: !ainI I J.rr'J' -. .'
Line of Stag 0' ;
: SCe, identifn d I solely 1 with its interest, he asks the S a regular I J. Iol1llllllll' ihi-h.!, th|It !mmdi a.i iI-.L: theVaid ( I.llo arc n qiu :rL d to pnnt -- I'S arti i! m".TM-: : -', ., <.., T._, :'-,> .orniim) .; iii ill's.'" ,."
of iii: .' people. I\P-I .. (: has been establishedbetwi .' I J I 111"-11, !lit. T.'J'V, ,'*., .. -
-- rm
port --- --- I ;i. From the !np.i..i: ;:! to the! anel. th'-mduly : IIln'ntic; \\tthi..t1I'! i n. pre ciil I- : i nry. > ;".'1'. ,- il-Vfi .'- -*,

S : JVIarrh 1 11 31jf I I' I n) TalUhassec: and J.lrkom'illc via: :11\\.tI1l1( I 1 Iy tiie above ,"II'! of infusurement.: jr ntcrnen! nt a l lied by l.iw: or they will be t forever ;1'.1. t Ilr'nll. : ri ..L'. 'rrr'Tlhr.". f.f a\'t'; nl.i.h 1< ..i,.'. I .

4 Now Books. i it Springs ; leavins; T.Ib.h:1'! see every Monday! ta' :n- j'al1c"!i may be ..(.!,!! II to t"hr\var l their measures, JAMES: i 1-1'\( v, AvIi' '. .:n.(. v., :'.iI' l.iv. a.i!.: .it I.' ,".I- f'rri'-. "reifr: i|..*(. .

t. 'i itir and arnvinffAt Jaeksnvi5ie!; on Sa1t'd.ly-frllm! : ) \vlu.h will d'i -., :: !ii '\' S T 'tUtiOfl. Plamilton County, April' lOih 1 r :>:;. I; I I.,'''. fr':11 .1r .al/l. n"'lp-I. \.h i' ": "I.Ih, .., '
. t t Jl'ST iC'-civcd' TheCaval tr< of Virginia. r' ri/- j wtienre t\uell.Ts: to I the North will find ) ;.dy eoinj May 9 t 3U4wNU'I'ICE. I J 1"\11I1. IH-a'IOi., ,.. "d..tr.. ,*.,":, '!l'-i.-.t ',j,< -., .. '11
: I'nmpkin, The Coquet, .\ Winter ill fhe I It' __.... L_ _5 L :!_ rrrr-,1- '.r -
.t ExcI1'Tlt..j j vi ".'Wi: to Si Augusti.icby S'igcs n"K'; tn ?:'I\ ::111.111I : ". 'II' L.O\HI.. J.-- t1rc t J ,h. ,r....: ,.1 afi ,'
;; "VC'itlI'n, Pivsroit. Sharp'Ltter>, i I 1..111' SLotelat.! Fare tt.rc e.vii: i wv $23 00"jn.2.i II .\. PI. i- J.> .M.I. c 'y respectfully!! inform I j in the i \I.. .iddiz/.tn -.r \. ,irj-j; ".. : r I" ,
C nuda varicvuf: IiecUaneon.aiidScIiol: g t thos" i'f 1 hi- I farmer; and I the 'ul-1 11':111\ rf' f'lswwnf, .
I S public -
n ractcrs, patron AT thf ni-xt terra cf Leon C C. .
: I HTi. [-2.1fl: JAS. M. HARRIS.ADMINISTRATOR'S "nty ur', ;is {111.111' itt :.1111.11. t'.f! "r", ,",IV a ., ,
;. Bo ..ks.I A- L-';-O -rrnfjr.iliy: tIll' inn I ill continue the Tailoring BUMnessotj Jm. ininistrator the (K-iatc of ( in ; .
t -- "" ; on iiorcrDtwey, J t the I: s ' I The Religious; Souvenir lor 18r: The To1 n nnd I N' TICK : ((114 own ;('' o-ant, in all its various branches, ntthf I --lalll'l'cl'nt my HCCOhutIII'OllclllrS fo>- sprtlfiment.J'S. I ht' and hearing [.:tin ..udr( d-'n in l'"l

t. Souvenir for IBM.: \VM. \VILSN.I LL persons indebted to I the estate of WIII.IXMJ. old! c l 1.hi..III'cIo1lic! formerly occupied by theW'ssi's. \V. KIJ'.IN.J : I languor, dsrtirb i.f sIr'-r..M fV-t nn,''s f ."liI't"tl.e iroirune.tsine r

1, ,' at jSth? :;::1.tf .:% I V\ ..o\TtO, !.ue! "f Jackson county! deceased, n. B. .c. J. B'tll.on ; strt, adjoin- .uiMarv; :31 23-Cm I >s m Itt.'I'.. ..utj -ur.li, ,..lIn m tl.p itf '
I m the Walcli-m J establishment of Frederick -- -- --- .
T ::
4'11 nuke immediate iking ;
1 If ( i n- qiev : : payment to the nndti'iuin I IJrt'\st. &"
4 Storing; & Shipping) of 'utton.t' '-:\le, Esq. whenhe wuT continue( to keep oft hand 0
: J i1 a-s id'll.tlrc!. eannot be m'xen ; and those WARD'S The al .v.' tf--il' i If. J to "rlili .vTVitt.ns'tf;
t }TEn!: -V .Tt7HrH-! \\il1attrhdt.I/.H'ill t / an' ', iavinr: dciuaruls! :1ifl .taid estate, arc requested to a choice assortment of Fashionable and .etiou the! .rt.I1I.II.t.lnf'r.! .1. I. ::' nl '-Ilip.'ril--t..I'; ; ;::,
4 f f\hipIWI'; Cotton-they WIll also: ndv\iie.e 'eu n :> r--s.tiit iheiti i within the time Goons; of the latest importations of which he \. iii fur- .. ; t"r"
I duly amhfIi".lt.1; preic T TOM MIX'PtRE.F ( : "ml1\I i A I'h 'I "it.. II'.f'flli: i. I" tl,. III ;.:.\0,.
1 1 ( lUI'n Illn trd to t'i Ir c.r.fur shipm.-nt to any .sci.l by la\'. cr they will hr forever birred."THOMAS ni.sh clothing to the ord r (those; who may (please! to its t -
% i >ex f
Itt : .f
l' -i. er. mTit :(
t r ttirkot in) the fTuitfd States or elsewhere ; and! wi!' I M. WHITE, favour him/ with th-ir patroin;:1' nt the shortest notice: U LT s-ipply of this vnluable! itt'I i.inc i-* ju>t I J. :? : :fi. w"
l Pirpartd by P. PF. Klis \!. : .
I f Ii. 37.
Stores in Talbhhfll' S 'cc.-.J.: I shall here.if. have i : If'. :
Litlu-r their made in 1
': : purchase at or i Administrator ex ofllcio. the most durable and fashionable style, and ) : cr itronstalltlyon j Inventcr and >.,ie propj if>r.Ttbln.inniitls. .
t. Mark-. ( .Hh, Wittf: ) '% 1ri 24'1. Dec \1iI.I.t' on icasnnablu 11111.r:! Libcial deductions will he t band. '
g __ : : -l nn1. ') .
I __ _ -Nuii'tT' "' ,
IT iiBcB'f* *
made on all orders I li.r ea-h, or i payment. The S is WARHAXTTD TO BK A AFKD IFFF.CTUI.tIKMKOY : ri::
'i: l I NOTI i Now Hook Store. subscriber wrm'd n turn Ins sinc.rrc tl.anks for past fav I. volt IKKK ASP Ad'C, IK TAKEN .\iE.\.LI duct re.'ativt!' rt. ;!he t \.r"IfII: }i:% i.v ( m. {<.f'' -

,r4 r r 1 i''.fr rtt'irns his 111.\111" to the P'lt.t. ,:;:" "I'f I i E: !snhvribi! hi: < n'.-fived ,):d will "pen indialely .- I. ('i S., and hope still !by }hi k assiduity nnd .strict attention, To Till DIRECTION-. I Repoits liaving l>et-i n..III.l. .." hy tI'4iiig Irl( enlf'.It"I:{"; ; bitt, tv t('''''\ 1ii'P"fI.thkU'
\ \ 1 '. "''fll] 9'nt1rdnirfl1: he hns rir ('(*Id } stitKcif ti, sUsf: '\ the m ?. of ,! sk rrirt
4 t t .. : : I Ii l (ni-xt dour Sor.th of )JrIIi'r'r : st ice) to DiMit: .mil I rrrci\: a :ncrllllarc 1.1' p\:rJ1abc. tliat this mixture 'cH1tainsrcniro I mliin- (.-" i bv { is .f' lii("i
: sr.Jt '. _: .tI t1t'; I'I Iat'e, au.I I
I .cfce. .: i itr-". j ut r.eivcti l'('r .,ri.r. i D). ;it.i, i h,. :lail to supply his frieii'Ss al i I.4I l the cccniuniiity:! in --: I I111 :il!>., auth> /. cd to Purr .1 R' '//-,/ Jf I 0-, I lU.N'lo.rt".I/I'CI/\ e'qz.

' : iIV'r..: : !:. '\ c--nei 1 asi-ofiinent of'A .itI-]- !ei'iurnl, with anv nrli I 5 in bK lin1 on the most n'I- j i S I X mon'hs fifi. r dite, v.r .hdl; &n''.>init i>ce I NEW-T/RI i i\-. !W.jr 2\JtTlI I !

,;,1'I t'n. .. u.3 .' t'.v y nOOn Kws, Hats, II -llow.ind I j finable i CI'fl1$ Altiif.aji hi: ; .v.it.'iu-rf! i- not yetI j .'rllnt:1.1I'l \iI\::. .. is F.-o--utorsot" cstTCofj I j <,-t' iho !Ie:.sl pirtifie of Arsenic! \ '"'}, Aatimony 7.) : oui it miy ccnctn .-TIis i i jc to 'reify. tin? !

1 .- r .. :. ". 1 i Jr'IHI'JI1:' rv. C"rorlscry, .c. rem" |I very genera1he expi-ei.- m.'k.it <-.
5? ..IsU.' "I' : i. -: '; .- bruwii (Cloths ; blue, black, I rc.adllft.') %, anti tthe.'. to lie made by the first ve for the County (.f I.-on, ir.d .ipi-lv: fir aricharire.: In or.lcr to pn-vcnt i imposition from countertVita, no SloJtltt'hic tl Ilipullca: ii a flTiTiitr of very:jsi:5a-i: :

' I i .lrnh 1:1'1 trrvSittii .',.a'-Je roilU'l Ca 'iiiiercs ; Cac il1l!! I M'ls frotH the Tx'orth.He. \ .\ :. J. !J.JTEIl, } rrsor.s except aurhov'v! il I ncents will be funnaheii l by Dypric and Liver-aff i"n". of lon!; st iRiinji! : ; : .

1 ; r.li.t -: .: ::".lI lu-h! French: : and Ameri.-Mi Prinl-'j; I has; al..) tin: Christian: ; Alnvinack, pubii.-h) expixsiUy S \VM.1 I IJSM.inh {'""I' () ['.X( C1''rs. '...e Pi-oprivtor with! th.> m\; :&il'C to sri! ag.iii'. 1 am \\ it.{. ii.-overalcasesofthecnbr "nicntsofrhc tv i

'hbd Lustri. : an.] F.mcv Silks! anti l SilkSh.i\vU, < !roNap I ) for Florida, :Ihll,1tI'd for the Meiedi-I "ffallahassre 2Kt? I 1 IR?::;. ',-G"h; I '! .c! ag>nt for .1IihIhc i:! Klond.i, and am :as'\I:''Il by M.o.var.d l. :nnd ir- a:!'! cs were truly!! iitoni-iiip:. I Ime: mt ) .

, J rll' &rot'k'nl'; !, S.\'I.' ail -MudU 1\111-.110 ; and ntainin local matter i in relitiou -- --- -.-. th.rf (excrpr a small l.',t >.,Ii!! tu 'Ir. Ci-cle? ,' I sitixtii-n; in ueelarinjr it tht r.i"-r vaFunuIc prepua-.1 I

: .,. airj ,- 1 brow* Ur,mc
Cotton B. 'ruiir i;:i and Negro Cloths l ; a nl'ral asoiir..rtt gross, dp7Mi! or single c.ipy.D.e. I I to any person in Mi.ld 1 !!': Fioj-i.f.t, t-xcopt to hie": in my know :ledge.' JAMES EVELLMJ.,

I e .Cjf a\: variclv" of Cr.c'ryV,4I'! .', I Mf.lovWnre I t ii: \ .n. 1-if JAS. 'c.. I.IN.Sloraw A T i in'OtMicrf tho Uf.ari: of >ire.-tor< of the 1 ft\lrwiic km bttn ilisroi-efeil ii: IIII: mir'itrt: cilcif I Wilke! : Ci.tintv Gr<.>. Ja.x 1 IJt

;,i Cutlery, IIits, &C'li'I ), Co n.lr llr.nniy, ---- -- : U IJnio I Maul; : of Flornh. he!!! at hir Thuki i\ J?':17Z i's, il uii'il hurt htfn in Jl..1r at irlfl1'O."" imiII The n-tY'r"n'd an !h. .'r r"'i'Hf'l1tfl'hl'suptrtr'

0 HotJ.tnd Gin: : Sicily, Sherry. Port, and Clal'jotVip.i .. ; BU l1f':: | i..:! } [Ion in 'the f'i: V "' Tallihr h.:" (, ('n! h. I.thj j iH. !. All I: p'TMHis ihen.furvviio. 1Ii: :a; grnuinfj :t cfRcaey of Pr. Pr-rrr's :M JtitciiiT: Sp 'ir l i.'hira: e! K'
oilier articles tllO tedi-ns: to untutionchiscrsarc urT7ith j 1., i 1'11:11): I l-u.:;: > i:-. ti.i'ov/jii; I IL-: ,;"ta.ua .- .If .- ,! .
many / I
THIS i: suhnTiVr: : h'iv.united ivvlrr: the Myle J of 'I .1' adoj J'- j /(t.t '-> i."ilil l >o cuutious.'f! -. i tiiev piir- : paterin the cure of Dpp -1'>:ia nn.{ Livr-r CompUnt. .
S invhcd to call and 'x.uniue for themailvcsAIJ'X'R. :. F. I I' 1 Pit & f'.,., f..r. ih" p'lipusy of carrying j I I t'! I 'tl.a.-e it: M-/: I ibt-I I will b: I u ef\- b..ir'; :<; ..:M by me: ft'"m'V ;), r-nal t'xp.mc.* ".3kG. JJH'tSO \

FOUMY DUYAL.T.inahv ".1 I lie Storn;t :*-. I u.in'-s i in the Town of fSt. j j llAolrr, That I' ''-li :rth'l very ;;..ek holder 10 the (13: 13: PCRK1NS( S.le -\'.'('lIt f..r Mid.Uc. Florida fir. P's :M II.int.r'I; nichi-rc I1f'J'at'r pu:
S'l'. ,It4.. I "33. [I'I lfl| Union Bank: (it' 1 Koiida be, and u It.n.bc'.II..ti! I
i is
:' \l:rhanti, promi u tit; si Iriltf<-t attrntit.n.. Th" y j j :;, t1 I.iti. in pa IT-Is W j h full dtrcc.ions: fur ti ; I ittt! a tnt apP"lItf't! ali :1Ifrt'I.W : of.iltlllln :. t. __ ____ __
:' a UII \.
il : .
1 STORAGE SToljpuiW!! STOliAGEV'.T! '!! j decline! doing a Conmiio.i bir-mr-s, aial lespurtftd- j I to three paiv.K w i ill lie necessary to Cunii-Ltc; LS3 "-:
the, n1''art .
i .li'-it thetrolllI, I ir PcaF.DUKRIl 1101' pnip 'se ; Itj!. Illn n"f.t hrpr.. vi> onsof !
extended John! 151
ly :: : in Tin* privf is a l1''e.
addition his ware-house the :tj:: p
.to the Sc. d its Charter \vhi'-h
; Section i is inlht"f
C11) I A great quantity of the above vntn'Ieprration : : :'
:"let. tO ,'.'ilu very
h.', build I ; -
'' (' s recentlynn-ctrd a spacioii.s JOHN IJLAIIIPKACI1Y.A .
funul: } :
', will be kept out 1111Hi) :1\
80 23 feet forrcccidti'j ottonjvud I gooils.TIMOTHVM'CARTY.. I, fl Si-c. :;:: Bu i itiurJ.i.T I i rjm.-tcd, That in nil .
rg by : fi': :Ilarl,<, t' J i-tf instances E. B. PEIlINS'F.itahassee! ,
: :\v-.icli s- :l\'(' rI.\JlIJC! taed
[ III'" ic virmeof
; I wl:
Who hnri. 11 >. thcrl
IS \'il ; dispM-'ei.f: : r
f St. Marks Deremhcr27tblSl| thi act, thi pi-si- ,:on thereof t 'hall!I lie and rc-
i. sale n-lail on nre: > > d-lc rns as they casoljtui.icd -
i, gti. v
M'lth the '
r -- ni mi I molt.a t ; ; -r, any law to the
A iMill, ietrroes tnd (joods( 1'or Sale.THE ,. ii-itu &t laiidiig) until :Iiy the covenant orc"venaiiNr.ijijiiunl contrary I of th*' f'r.>pnrr- '. Alvihy
lrt's.lJqJ.o.u's & 'It.LI.nI.l"lmY"t: .i\
S snbscnbers intending to clo.c their (business II II I i.i snid inunrajr: it shall )be lawful: fir the ; : CO'' \
I M-. lL\fsi.r.r. DI' ""-- -' \pp'ac'
i As-jJalVjr'i: the ensuing suitiiu r, uah a view I II aid Bnnk to <-.-/ the -nine.: And il'l' any time the : "" """".
of op"iiing at :\ 1'\i.tchicol.a iif.vt fill, will! sdl a b-ir- Pir vidcnt of -: jJ' naIl::. or nny an-rc-'i'i-d AV-nt :: \
I I thereof! shall 1 IlL' ::o 11t befme The f.,1f\\'lr!! ; are t .w 110')11 I ; dot' 1 1.1Iptr5r..15;
):I !
in the SAW and r.i list1111. 'rlac\1 ill i i. Judge of ti.nCounty .
gain > t iI'LS ;(- : 1. any brr. .: .1
AI) E hive l len eith.'V eniirtly cuieit( Ill' :I'C 1ly
ted one mile nnd a ha.lffrnm the rhrr nn a Cic I k affording : C"1lI1.U, Justice of i th. Peace: th'it he verilvelievcs itI[ and sold wholesale and Retail 'ItisfotDr. r .
within the last twelve m- r thc by
abundant of I !- tint the sni-t{ m tr.gagcr inte.i'ls. in Frederick :Md. C ,
an supply water throughout the ; removing : county, by Ik-rston n L
ter.s' ct
year, and commands u good supply of timber! \\ asloinurlyowned or is about tt> 1'ell1o;,', t-r }ht'IIHIII'IICI) : do remove, Concerned; in the Patent with .Dr Judkms. 1.'H'ii1tom.i'hi r ;

I by \tr. Dickson, and has latt-ly been I! the! said slave, or si.11I'!. beyond tin- teach of the ; The above Ointment is u tie red to the publicis ;< state of fit-or i\. Wilkinson.fo.; .
Mrs. Aimer Hicks:
rebuilt by t. The Grist Mill i istl c best ill the neighborhood laws of this Terutory.i in vM Ation of las eovcnantwith 'jato and certain remedy for hose obstina; di l'a..es. .

oml commands ncaily the wliolc ciistom.We I.I ; i the Bank, it .hall I and irthv' be lawiul for said :'JLIC of which have so long Lamed the ski! of inedicacIeiice. Mis. ( ait. JanicV.'i lis, .t' ,.

r'-, .. will sell with the mill, desired: four ur five cry I I I Ju.l!?e cr Justice to tflr. :nn Allatll1l'lltn"ain ::1 such ColVm.. F. Bond
and : viavc or slaves dir etc1: 1 III \1\I'.hal/ .1llld- 1st Wayne \V. Elands, lls {. Lanrei3.
valuable slaves, tvo uaggtuis! and teams. A p; 1 I any 'oli Whito Svvellingsof every description. do.
S. laehicola and 1 :n? linn to sciz a'id tuk such -lave or slaves and 2d) Bryan Allen E. q.Col. 1.
affording a regular an improving market .: suppjy of Lnndrcths' superior garden, : Legs and Ulcer Hlf long standing. Mnrtfl.
:, fur lumber m ikes this a desirable property for one S herb and flower scedsjust receive nr.d warrented make return thei.-c.f. to !the next Court having eompetcnt 3d Schirrusor ilandular Tumours particularly John W. Porter Es; Jones.Washington.,.

who can devote his attention to it. TIm property fresh ; by l h.B. PERKINS.U jurisdiction in the same way as is provided those hardened tumours i n women's :breasts which oftentimes Sanford Chapr.'aii. \ .

will be show) at nny time to any perron wishing to ;aich 1st, 1835. 30:if by the general hw of Auarhmtnt : "Providi-d, moreover terminate in ulcerated cancer Alexander Irvm, Esq GI'ten.
iliat ia: any 1':1.( of mortgages on a slave 4th Col.Geolths
purchase. >I or Felons or wlitt: snUb people know by the namec
FItEnI -iVv by trifle ofIns an the of such '!Jarch 1st l"'tl. ::0tfJ1To _-
f''ill also sell our stock Goods comprising n IRUtS. WINES, increase slave Catarrhs of every description.

S. a good assortment fur th j season and w ill sell, or rent': Surgical Instruments or said slaves .shall: be Mibject to tluainc lien, created by 5th I Rheumatic Pains of the JOInts. < ) the :[.adiesff!

our improvement; ?, consisting: of a Store House and a'I' c. JTOrI7,1t Gth Sprains and Bruises of every description or inwtiate.ver

J large and new 'Varr:house for storage of cotton, on I HAVE just received a full! supply ol fresh March 7tii O-20w. pait situate. White and sound Teetli. ire both theWuvantagelsto an umaDlen.Utlb r

3c. the river bal lIt i iskown) to be a good stand fur a Drills, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure Watches 7th Tetters all kinds. In th'Hcomplaint. the pa I bIcs ing. The best security 'for
&c. .
rtore and a i\erii, and needs no further recommendation : PORT, .Jl/.i/JE/ft. & MUXCJTELLEAT Jewelry, .Jent! it; applying the Ointment must l keep the pail found in the use of the DE..YTIFRJ .

fr.m us.Vc received during the last season bottles TBl J lIE subscriber has j just re- out of water BRITISH Jl\TIS&PTlC
in 1I'
imported specially for the of Iide
eleven hundred' t\I"5 and receive use t tVcigaud Ji. cciv( l addition'ul) 8th Chilblains fro Tooth Powder with a m Y .
: r-.xpect to iick. \ & Suowdeti's ( an supply or p.irlsnlTected by >t.- -( This elegant I cheac
!Y .bout the sainc quantity: the present season. superior AMPUTATING L1 of 'v A TcarE.. JEWELRY, ?i1.- : It is also one of the best remedies for Bun.r and eredicat the scurvy III thu ,:UJl1". and P rCn'nl' bo:
The terms .)!f any of the above propeity will bms.de TRCPHIMNG, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECT- YElL Srooxs, &c. which he offers Scalds.! It eases the pain and draws the firo out in a cumulation of Tarter wbi-li not only Waloiwerw I k e n TI'

S accomnwtdsuins: and great bargains may be hat'of INK, and( POCKET INSTRUMENTS, ill cases. S for sale on his customary reasonable short time. I the teeth and accelerates their fl''cay f atfeuDcntritcc -

us in goods forcusl: or on tIiortcr1it. STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and 0 trrnis.FRLDF.KICK. 't'tFor Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular. ; titus removes hue Jrt.lhn; cauj t '1ines rtsive -

HAIlIUSOHAXEY.. Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. c TOWLH. Swellings it is superior to any rredicine yet known to breath preserves the I itt althiness

_Asp.-ilaga 21st February 1 IB.t .. 23-tf An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the Oct: -lh, I 133: 1. ((8tf) the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurial I the gums. and renders the t,.eth beautilully \Vii.

CHRISTIAN-. DUKRR, is hereby author Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, The subscriber has employed a ll'atch-J\Iaker\ direct of any prepartion of that material) because it does Price 50 cents. t3f! bCIePricewhole
j.cdlO collect the debts of the late firm of PEACHY Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, from Hn:.land ; and assures the public, that any work not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to boxes: 'JO( 'ill*. 1 dotl:1r.

j & MACKIXDER, and those of the subscriber. Persons Thyme Cellery, fee. entrusted to him in his line shall be done promptly cold.This : W&Ts-AROMAriC
indebted either will and in the best m.inner. F. T. Ointment has cured sores of many years stand PlLIf J j.:
to nuke hTML JUICE
S please immediate, nnd LEMON SYRUP. a
; i Where it is .
impossible or imprudent the Blood.
1 ng. to heal 31 ALES.-They purify the and a
t payment. Individuals who wvido: purchases; of Cotton SPI-CES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. in of the ol na '
and Dale TONIC MIXTURE. external sore, consequence bone becoming tioo. assist the suspended op nations i anon, ;
S. Bagging settU. Rope JOHN are BLAIR earnestly PEACHY.requested: to English, French and I'rentis'.s Soaps and Per a perfect and lasting clri.ul1: or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, a general remedy for the P" \' hn/j.0/ .P'ariieM

; ; St. Marks Feb. 21 2St.fTerritory fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNIKF. May- cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale increase( the quantity of the discharge, remove the of the female part society are ; ? of tckness. ...1

S nard: &. Noye's celebrated INK and. INK I'OWDF.U wholesale Ulld retail by' FLETCIIEPItANDS fins\'c emell), and case the pain. I etlicacious in the I Green S : I''.Ihllatlo f ofthe p r'

: of Florida.In THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. II & WKSTCOTT, Druggist, Appalachi- : It cures the worst Felons Whitlows( on an applicjition Heart. Gidiliuess. Short IJrath. ankJllr t S-ee.:

S ji h the Gn I dtn E. B. PERKINS. tOa, Florida of 48 hours. i its, Dejccjion and Dismcliiia ion to were rl: eerlllel'| ,
Suptr'nr; Court .' hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and : Rheumatisms which have stood so long as to become tv, Married ladies will find he !! equa uttbetl., ,
B. Groom Crowd Tallahassee 9ih 4&
July 1834.
Hardy Bryan 48tf
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and James Mills, Com plainants. S Wcstcott my agents for the sale of" Row- a;systematic disorder, requires medicine to betaken inardIy cept in case of pregnancy, when they 5 ofbecus !
} ,4 ii-l's Tonic. Mixture" in the Territory \" to remove them entirely. But in most common ken ; neither must they be 1 taken b/ personor

4i John Pha vs.Ja. -W. Exum IN CIl.A. CEr.t'. of Floriihi, Eastern part of Alabama, UWestern clues by applying this Ointment externally as directed cl1u umti ve habits. Price bl 50 a O1"Toolb Ache
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it will give relief. And in old whos celebrated Ca b $t
7 t lluss, Defendants. J and'Joseph r ins have been of longer will the rel.el. \ tnou_ lJf
S It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court the said medicine to all who may apply to them on standing, it ease \\'lucbg1ve'lwmedlat be ou I\don t
ain. tha T eth. On tri .1 thw 50
John resides as favourable terms us they can obtain from the j injury to ; pie
that Phagan out of this pro
S .. Territory, and prietor himself." Signed To sea captains and masters of vossels this ointment the best remedies known for :.bw comp:lID'-
hat James W. Cxum and llul ,
Joseph sli\'cOUlJftlw
; JNO. R. ROW AND." rinst be very valuable in winter on our coast it being cents a box, ontsiJ8prij'l
District but in the County of Jackson in the
District of Florida Western "Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833." 21tf vyiry certain in its e fleets on Chilblains or parts affecte! None is genuine unless sined i,; on the KIUDIK.ted : '

rtith frost likewise pres ves its qualities in allcliriatcs by the sole j t ropraetoor C4Jofaf'immediate
It. is, therefore, ordered tlja.t unless said defendants AUCTION S ALES.-The subscribcr hay ing Inca- EXECUTOR'S NOTICJ.: successor to th. I ite Dr "V C ,

do appear and onswer the complainants bill herein in Tallahassee, proposes to do n general persons haring claims against the estate of z A large mass of testimony proving the value of this I For sale at his Counting Rvom, over iw-99 hit 5'r'//
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on or uefor. the first Monday of September next that.the commission business, regular sale days, Tuesdayand Burncy, late of Leon county, deceased, are njpst excellent medicine will be shewn"to those who I street, near Concert Hall, Bston, and also o. 5.)

same will be taken pro ccnfessn against them, and Saturday. required to present them duly authenticated within wish further information! ou applicalion to Dr Herst cial appointment. by ( W'iS
is further rdered that a copy of this order be He will also attend administrator rEI : .
it to
publlsHedln'cbtne othersales time E.
the prescribed by law, or they will be forever ns, ur to any of .authorized. agents. DingP3""
newspaper printed Tallahassee, enee in the county. ROBERT J. IIACKLEY. barr d : Those indebted to thc estate, are requestedto : The above medicine sold by special appointment of Tnllahassee.Feb 22, 183! 3tIf)! oaUbe-t

S a week for four months. successively, which is ordered llarch23d 1833. 33tf make the patentee and warranted genuine. Observe that none ire jenume W ""3I
'f nccordingl I. -,' ; THOS. RANDALL, Judge, N. B. Instruments writing executed with neat- payment.GUILFORD DURNEY, E.'Cr.June : E. B. PERKINS. DRU GIST. 'I ten signature of T.KlDDEl.oa. tbeonlwrapper. de PUI"
Arm 10 35-ltu ne!:: and despatch l-y R fJACKLEY Cth
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